Well, then, if it don't itch
and can't itch
, what in the nation is it scratching it for?
Wit, lad, is a catching thing, like the itch
or the sweating sickness.
All on board suffered from perforating ulcers and from the maddening itch
Dark eyes, long eyelashes, ripe and ruddy lips that to look at is to long to kiss, beautiful clustering hair that one's fingers itch
to play with, such a waist as might make a man clasp the air involuntarily, thinking of twining his arm about it, little feet that tread so lightly they hardly seem to walk upon the ground--to marry all this, sir, this--hey, hey
If we have had the seven-years' itch
, we have not seen the seventeen-year locust yet in Concord.
The opinion may smack of vanity, though, in reality, the very springs of conversation reside in that same human, universal itch
to thrill the auditor.
We've ben boobs all these years, Bert, runnin' the chances of barber's itch
However, it was her advice that I should not venture again, and I took her counsel, for I never went there any more; for I knew as well as she, if the itch
of play came in, I might soon lose that, and all the rest of what I had got.
This is a major problem," says Gil Yosipovitch, a clinician at the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia and director of Temple Itch
Another kind of itch
happens because of insect bites, allergies, or anything else that makes your skin release itch
-triggering chemicals such as histamine (HIST-uh-meen).
Additionally, psoriasis patients suffering from itch
experience sweating, feel a sensation of heat or pain in the affected area and have difficulty falling asleep or are often awakened as a result of itching.
eczema patients experience can be maddening.