Prick [noun]

Definition of Prick:

small hole made by stab

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Sentence/Example of Prick:

And the hair along the back of Younger Brother began to prick.

So they kept shouting to him, and even went so far as to prick him with their swords.

Prick them with a fork, and crimp or scollop the edges neatly.

However, if you think it best, we will prick on our steeds for another hour.

He drew him into a corner, on seeing Vuillet prick up his big ears.

Prick the sausages, and place them on a greased baking-sheet.

Make it up into cakes, place them on a tin well buttered, prick them full of holes on the top, and bake them in a quick oven.

Weigh some fine morellas, cut off half the stalk, prick them with a new needle, and drop them into a jar or wide-mouth bottle.

Thar's nothin' to it; prick her finger, an' you pierce his heart.

It was easy to say that there was no necessity to prick her with a spur.