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- v. Present participle of itch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sensation caused by a peculiar irritation with pricking, tingling, or tickling in the skin.
- n. Hence A morbid, irritating, or tantalizing desire to have or to do something.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to scratch
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Clearly the best way to show that we wish to avoid any appearance of fairness or even sanity would be to send John Bolton to be the envoy, and before we send him we give him an enormous pallet of highly caffeinated drinks and coat everything he has in itching powder.
It isn't hurting all that much, but the itching is periodically enthralling in a remarkably unpleasant way, and the clogged Eustachian tube is an uncomfortable pressure.
Your skin itching and burning as if from the inside out.
He said: For most eczema sufferers, itching is the worst symptom of the disease.
It will make tyou forget you’re itching from the oxy.
It’s simply because I’m going to write about the science of itching, and one of the peculiar things about itching is that talking about it can cause it.
Longer-term itching is usually a sign of a minor allergic reaction; the severity of the reaction can often stem from other factors, too, like stress, so if you’ve never had this occur like this in the past, don’t be too shocked.
While stopping the itching is a good thing and allows pets to rest and feel better, in the long haul no suppressive therapy ever results in a resolution of allergies.
She insisted that the itching was a deeper discomfort than I could know.
For as long as I can remember, the itching has been an early warning indicator.