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Synonyms for prick

prick up

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prick up your ears

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  • listen carefully
  • attend
  • pay attention
  • begin to take notice
  • be all ears
  • concentrate on listening
  • pin your ears back
  • become attentive

Synonyms for prick

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

a small mark or hole made by a sharp, pointed object

a sharp, pointed object

Synonyms for prick

a depression scratched or carved into a surface

the act of puncturing with a small point

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make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn

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cause a stinging pain

raise

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stab or urge on as if with a pointed stick

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cause a prickling sensation

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to cause a sharp emotional pain

deliver a sting to

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References in periodicals archive ?
7] has shown that the FreeStyle Libre System is clinically proven to be accurate, stable and consistent over 14 days without the need for finger prick calibration.
Skin tests were read 15 minutes later and considered positive if the wheal was 3 mm larger than saline control pricks.
Prick test uygulanmadan onceki 15 gun icerisinde antihistaminik, kortikosteroid, bronkodilatator, mast hucre stabilizatorleri, immunsupresif ajanlar gibi test sonucunu etkileyebilecek topikal veya sistemik ilac kullanan hastalar calismaya dahil edilmedi.
com/) members of its online network, SBR Forum launched the Beat The Prick contest in the fall of 2006.
As I have already said from the start: my father was a prick.
He temporarily left the West End production Prick Up Your Ears following the suicide of Kevin McGee last week.
Until further notice, his role of Kenneth Halliwell in the West End production of Prick Up Your Ears will be played by his understudy, Michael Chadwick.
Diabetics will try almost everything in their power to get healthier and it usually starts with the prick of a finger to get their blood sugar level reading.
THIS month's Outsiders' screening is Prick Up Your Ears, the bio-pic about brilliant playwright Joe Orton.
THE Apprentice's Tre slagged women for bitching: "Not that I'm a misogynistic prick or anything".
Results: Symptom and food frequency questionnaire data were available for 1253 and 1120 children, respectively; 700 children were skin prick tested, and FEV(1) was measured in 478 and exhaled nitric oxide in 167 children.
Alex Trebek is an arrogant prick who is also fun to yell at.
Their efforts to remind the nation of its architectural wealth and prick the consciences of those who should know better were recently celebrated with a 30th anniversary exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert Museum which runs until 12 February.
She must learn to restrict her diet, prick her finger daily, and get insulin shots.
First lieutenant Jefferson Freemont Kirby is awarded his first Purple Heart from a simple thorn prick.