prickle


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a sharp, pointed object

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

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a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf

cause a prickling sensation

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cause a stinging or tingling sensation

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

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12), Liparidae have two types of prickles termed thumb-tack and cactus-like prickles, the former consisting of a short spine and a round, flat 'head' (= base by our terminology), and the latter consisting of groups of spines arising close together in the dermis, the number of spines varying from 4 to 10 or more.
Mr Prickle runs off a 19lb higher mark than his Newcastle one but is a progressive young chaser and steps down slightly in class.
This may be wood, metal, glass, a thorn or a prickle.
Although he is an in-and-out performer, MR PRICKLE has the ability to win races on his day and he ran well behind Almaydan at Wetherby on his return from a six-month break.
Should someone not understand, for example, the difference between a spine and a prickle, the computer's "help" file will describe them in words nonscientists can understand.
The spritzy prickle and the flaskshaped bottles have gone but this remains light, drink-anytime rose with peach and orange ripeness and hints of sweeter spices.
Old Prickle A very good miler Paco Boy obviously stays a mile well, after all he's won two Group 1s at that trip.
But the veteran Brandsby trainer can take some heart from his 34-1 double with Mr Prickle and Seymar Lad at Newcastle yesterday.
None of that compromises the wine's crisp, lemon balm and green apple acidity or the slight prickle that makes drinking it a real joy.
Where are the records that can make hair prickle and anger surge.
The set wasn't without it's familiarities, after a touching tribute to fellow troubadour Jeff Buckley in Memphis Skyline, the beautifully arranged Hallelujah ( while still able to make the skin prickle ( was given a different slant by the female backing singers taking turns singing the verses.
A prickle of acidity gives those flavours even more vitality.
How many of them heard those contrived sub-The Cure constructions and felt the hairs prickle and the incessant, nagging need to play it again and again and again?
Dr Richard Newland, trainer of Mr Prickle "He's in good order and would have run at Towcester last week if it had been on.
United's boss certainly seems to prickle at what he considers personal criticism - slight or imagined - and, frankly, there's no need.