knitting needle

NOUN
  1. needle consisting of a slender rod with pointed ends; usually used in pairs
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How To Use knitting needle In A Sentence

  • The media are the modern day equivalent of the old crones sitting with their knitting needles around the guillotine during the beheadings of the French Revolution.
  • To make hot pants work you need a pair of legs and not two knitting needles. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can now put those knitting needles down as we have drawn the campaign to a close. The Sun
  • He was big and ugly, with a nose that had been spread half across his face, probably by a club, there wasn't a hair on his phiz or gleaming skull, the huge arms protruding from his vest were covered with tattoos, but what took the eye was that he was clieking away with knitting needles at a piece of woollen work - not a common sight in a waterfront dosshouse. THE NUMBERS
  • A little wool, a couple of knitting needles and a bit of time and lives can be changed. The Sun
  • He would stand on a pouffe in our living room and conduct the orchestra with one of his mother's knitting needles.
  • Get this knitting needle in a wig out of our sight! Times, Sunday Times
  • When the dipping begins each knitting needleful of wicking gets a bath in the kettle of hot wax and comes out coated.
  • You can now put those knitting needles down as we have drawn the campaign to a close. The Sun
  • Forcefully working her knitting needles, Morgana uttered no reply, the clack of her needles the only sound in the room for several moments.
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