Itch - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a strong restless desire (syn: urge)
- an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to scratch (syn: itchiness, itching)
- have or perceive an itch
- cause to perceive an itch
- have a strong desire or urge to do something (syn: spoil)
His eyes began to burn and itch because of his allergies.
This sweater makes me itch.
I had a slight itch on my back.
Scratching only makes the itch worse.
She's always had an itch for adventure.
He has an itch to travel.
Those two boys are itching for a fight, they've been on the edge of a quarrel all day.
My feet were itching terribly.
The label on this shirt itches me.
Scratch my back - I have an itch.
he has a bad case of the itch
I'm itching--the air is so dry!
She is itching to start the project
Scratching the itch only makes it worse.
You shouldn't scratch. It'll just make your itch worse.
present participle: itching
past tense: itched
past participle: itched