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To cause someone to feel a prickle
To feel a prickle
A tingling sensation of mild discomfort
A small, sharp pointed object, such as a thorn
to puncture slightly with fine, sharp points
{n} a very small sharp point, thorn, brier
A sieve of filberts, about fifty pounds
cause a stinging or tingling sensation
A kind of willow basket; a term still used in some branches of trade
Presence of tiny bubbles in some young wines
To prick slightly, as with prickles, or fine, sharp points
a slender thorn-like projection which breaks off entirely
make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn; "The nurse pricked my finger to get a small blood sample"
If your skin prickles, it feels as if a lot of small sharp points are being stuck into it, either because of something touching it or because you feel a strong emotion. He paused, feeling his scalp prickling under his hat Prickle is also a noun. I felt a prickle of disquiet
make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn; "The nurse pricked my finger to get a small blood sample" cause a prickling sensation
{i} thorn, thistle, briar; prong, barb, spike
{f} sting, pierce lightly, stab slightly
Small, sharp spinelike outgrowth on the surface of a plant
stiff sharp-pointed spine
a sharp-pointed tip on a stem or leaf
A little prick; a small, sharp point; a fine, sharp process or projection, as from the skin of an animal, the bark of a plant, etc
A sharp outgrowth of the outermost layer of cells or bark
a sharp feature of some cones
A sharp structure arising as a modification of the epidermis found randomly on bark or other plant parts
a spine
A stiff, sharp and slender outgrowth on a stem
cause a prickling sensation
Prickles are small sharp points that stick out from leaves or from the stalks of plants. an erect stem covered at the base with a few prickles
prickle cell
A polyhedral cell in the epidermis having many spines that form intercellular bridges
prickle cell
a cell in the germinal layer of the skin (the prickle-cell layer); has many spines and radiating processes
A prickle
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prickles
plural of prickle
prickling
a prickling somatic sensation as from many tiny pricks
prickling
a prickling somatic sensation as from many tiny pricks causing or experiencing a painful shivering feeling as from many tiny pricks; "a prickling blush of embarrassment"; "the tingling feeling in a foot that has gone to sleep"; "a stinging nettle"; "the stinging windblown sleet
prickling
causing or experiencing a painful shivering feeling as from many tiny pricks; "a prickling blush of embarrassment"; "the tingling feeling in a foot that has gone to sleep"; "a stinging nettle"; "the stinging windblown sleet"
prickling
present participle of prickle
prickling
Prickly
prickle

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    prick·le

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    Этимология

    [ 'pri-k&l ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English prikle, from Old English pricle; akin to Old English prica prick.

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    prickles, prickling, prickled

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