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- v. Present participle of prickle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Prickly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a somatic sensation as from many tiny prickles
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Hetephras stood waiting patiently for him, skin prickling against the cool air of morning.
I have heard it called a prickling at the back of the neck, and even a consciousness of eyes that seem to float in darkness, but it is neither - at least, not for me.
Even then my body was numbing and prickling from the loss of circulation.
Symptoms such as prickling sensations, numbness, burning and sharply cutting pain are relieved by this very useful nutritional supplement.
It was a Royal Ballet matinee in April 2001, and the hairs on the back of my neck started prickling: I realised I was witnessing the start of one of the great careers.
The air was hotter here and it pressed against his face, prickling his cheeks and pushing into his mouth.
Gently tugging at the bag to loosen the knot, I nudged my foot left, feeling sharply ridged pebbles prickling at my skin.
Galen inhaled, feeling the metallic buzz of the radiation on his skin and prickling in his lungs.
Tara followed him, curiosity prickling as she followed him down the steps into the shop.
Tara froze, suspicion prickling the back of her neck.