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Variable œdema of the prickle layer and of the cutis is found.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
I felt the prickle of my skin, the stiffening of my hair, as well as the cold tingling thrills along my veins.
TALES OF LONELY TRAILSZANE GREY
The wild Dog-rose is still the "canker" in the speech of the old people, and a thorn or prickle is still a "bush."
WOOD AND GARDENGERTRUDE JEKYLL
Sane as Kenset was, as cool and self-contained, he could not repress a cold prickle of resentment at that memory.
THARON OF LOST VALLEYVINGIE E. ROE
Fake though he knew it to be, Cleek could not repress a swift rush and prickle of "goose-flesh" at sight of it.
CLEEK, THE MASTER DETECTIVETHOMAS W. HANSHEW
The heat causes a kind of rash called the prickle-heat, which is very disagreeable.
A POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF INDIACHARLES ACLAND
The hideous, wailing noise, when it arose, made the hair on the back of Cindy's neck prickle.
WE WERE THERE AT THE OKLAHOMA LAND RUNJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
Scales of the ovoid or spherical involucre imbricated in many rows, tipped with a point or prickle.
THE MANUAL OF THE BOTANY OF THE NORTHERN UNITED STATESASA GRAY
I felt the breath catch in my throat and the short hairs prickle at my neck.
THE FLOATING ISLAND OF MADNESSJASON KIRBY
I could feel the back of my neck prickle when that man walked into the conference room.
SECOND SIGHTALAN EDWARD NOURSE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PRICKLE

  • cut
  • gash
  • jab
  • jag
  • perforation
  • pinhole
  • prickle
  • puncture
  • stab
  • wound
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