As Phobar watched it, the air around him prickled strangely.
Flowers had seemed to be had for the picking; now they were all thorned and prickled.
Paul searched for the cause of a sense of danger that prickled his skin.
Gene's skin crawled and prickled with the energies that saturated the room.
A trickle of sweat slid past Bowren's eyes, loosening a nervous flush along his back that prickled painfully.
As he reached for his sword, this ceased and he heard a strange slobbering mouthing that prickled the short hairs on his scalp.
The sweat came out in big beads on his forehead, on his body; he prickled with the heat of the effort.
Then quite irrelevantly a fragment of verse leaped into his memory and prickled it with irritation.
She got up slowly and with little tentative gasps and cries stamped her prickled feet.
It prickled and smarted a good deal at first, but this feeling of discomfort soon passed away.