- 01. My eyes are getting weak, and it's really difficult for me to thread my [needle].02. Our daughter is terrified of [needles], so it's really hard to give her vaccinations.03. The doctor gave the old woman a [needle] to help her with the pain.04. You'll need to get some larger knitting [needles] to make this sweater.05. The [needle] indicated we were doing about 30 miles an hour.06. If the [needle] is in the red, it means that the battery is low.07. After we took down the Christmas tree, the carpet was covered in pine [needles].08. The [needles] of certain fir trees have a sweet, lemony taste to them.09. His sister [needled] him all evening for getting in trouble at school.10. I know I made a mistake. Stop [needling] me.11. I can't understand it. We ran out of gas, but the [needle] indicated we still had a quarter of a tank.12. We bought her a little sewing basket for her thread and [needles] and stuff.13. The spread of AIDS is partly due to drug addicts sharing [needles].14. In acupuncture, the body of the patient is pierced with special [needles] at specific points and at various angles and depths.15. You'll have to change [needles] on the sewing machine because this fabric is very thick.16. He fainted when he got a [needle] at the doctor's office.17. The body of a dead junkie was found in an alley today with the [needle] still in his arm.18. A Chinese proverb notes that a bar of iron continually ground becomes a [needle].19. A Romanian proverb notes that the [needle] is small, but it sews expensive garments.20. An African proverb notes that a [needle] cannot hold two threads or a mind two thoughts.21. An Ethiopian proverb suggests that evil enters like a [needle] and spreads like an oak tree.22. A Japanese proverb observes that getting money is like digging with a [needle], but spending it is like water soaking into the sand.23. Sathya Sai Baba once observed that when the magnet does not attract the [needle], the fault lies in the dirt that covers up the [needle].
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Needle — Nee dle (n[=e] d l), n. [OE. nedle, AS. n[=ae]dl; akin to D. neald, OS. n[=a]dla, G. nadel, OHG. n[=a]dal, n[=a]dala, Icel. n[=a]l, Sw. n[*a]l, Dan. naal, and also to G. n[ a]hen to sew, OHG. n[=a]jan, L. nere to spin, Gr. ne ein, and perh. to E … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
needle — [nēd′ l] n. [ME nedle < OE nædl, akin to Ger nadel < IE base * (s)nē , *(s)nēi , to sew, spin > SNOOD, L nere, Gr nein, to spin] 1. a) a small, slender piece of steel with a sharp point at one end and a hole for thread at the other, used … English World dictionary
Needle — Título Needle Ficha técnica Dirección John V. Soto Producción Diedre Kitcher Guion … Wikipedia Español
Needle — Nee dle, v. t. 1. To form in the shape of a needle; as, to needle crystals. [1913 Webster] 2. To tease (a person), especially repeatedly. [PJC] 3. To prod or goad (someone) into action by teasing or daring. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
needle — ► NOUN 1) a very thin pointed piece of metal with a hole or eye for thread at the blunter end, used in sewing. 2) a similar, larger instrument without an eye, used in knitting, crochet, etc. 3) the pointed hollow end of a hypodermic syringe. 4) a … English terms dictionary
Needle — Nee dle, v. i. To form needles; to crystallize in the form of needles. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
needle — index annoy, harrow, harry (harass), irritate, pique, plague, stimulus Burton s Legal Thesaurus. W … Law dictionary
needle — [v] tease, annoy aggravate, badger, bait, bedevil, bother, examine, gnaw, goad, harass, hector, irk, irritate, nag, nettle, pester, plague, prick, prod, provoke, question, quiz, ride*, rile, ruffle, spur, sting, taunt, tweak*, worry; concepts… … New thesaurus
needle — noun 1 for sewing, knitting, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ long ▪ blunt ▪ sharp ▪ fine ▪ darning, embroidery … Collocations dictionary
needle — needlelike, adj. /need l/, n., v., needled, needling. n. 1. a small, slender, rodlike instrument, usually of polished steel, with a sharp point at one end and an eye or hole for thread at the other, for passing thread through cloth to make… … Universalium