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Synonyms for sting

Synonyms for sting

to cause to become sore or inflamed

to feel or cause to feel a sensation of heat or discomfort

to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

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

a cutting quality

a stimulating or intoxicating effect

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a kind of pain

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a mental pain or distress

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a painful wound caused by the thrust of an insect's stinger into skin

a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property

cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort

deliver a sting to

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saddle with something disagreeable or disadvantageous

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cause a stinging pain

cause an emotional pain, as if by stinging

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Jellyfish stings can potentially be serious if dogs suffer an anaphylactic reaction, and the worst case scenario can be fatal.
approximately 330 million years ago [1-2] and because of the poisonous stings of some species which is lethal to human, are well known from ancient times and have always been a cause of fear, hatred and death to a large group of human throughout the history [2-3].
Materials and Methods: A total of 210 patients of consecutive scorpion sting were prospectively studied.
Table IV shows that the greatest rate of scorpion stings victims belonged to the 15-24 year old persons (20.
Very few insect stings become infected, and if they do, this usually happens after several days (not within hours).
Information about scorpion envenomation in Iran is focused on south-west and south regions however the rate of scorpion stings in the other areas of Iran are still fragmentary and very little.
The number of treatment sittings and bee stings differ from one patient to another depending on seriousness of the disease.
For example, the stings of bees and other stinging insects differ because the stinger of the bee remains in the victim's skin so that bee can only sting someone once, whereas wasp and hornet stingers remain intact and they may sting multiple times.
I'm a little more concerned [than others] because I actually have an allergy to bee stings.
He said it's important for police to conduct stings at the city's worst intersections, but especially to reward good motorists for doing the right thing.
COUNTRYSIDE: I have come across a cure for bee stings that works and felt readers will find it useful.
The venom from 500 bee stings is equal to a rattlesnake bite
Children who have a moderate-to-severe reaction to insect stings [and who] test positive for allergy would be candidates for allergy shots.
Up to nine people die every year from bee or wasp stings.