scratcher

[ UK /skɹˈæt‍ʃɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a device used for scratching
  2. a workman who uses a tool for scratching
  3. a person who scratches to relieve an itch
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How To Use scratcher In A Sentence

  • Eight had chronic otorrhea or previous surgery, two were long-term hearing aid wearers, and one was an habitual ear scratcher.
  • And if your back itches, wear the Back Scratcher's T-shirt.
  • It foreshadows the surrealists, as he shows the monkeys playing in the jungle with a backscratcher and a milk bottle, trappings of civilisation in the savage world.
  • With a bendable handle this backscratcher can reach the lower or upper part of the back with minimal effort.
  • When you pompously attach yourself, for self elevation purposes, as “the” back scratcher by putting others down, its clear its another of your feeble, (carcass related) insidious Jackal & Hide jibes, you all to often, are compelled to pathetically, and pathologically bring sick attention to yourself. A Prison of the Mind Two
  • Seven years on at the age of 24, the self-taught scratcher is a familiar face on the South Lakeland music scene.
  • They began digging in their spot, wielding nothing more sophisticated than garden scratchers and shovels.
  • ‘Oh look Amy your drink came with a backscratcher,’ Jake noted.
  • Does anyone make an old-fashioned backscratcher any more? Times, Sunday Times
  • The grannom, and the reaction it seems to produce in fish, can prove a head-scratcher. Times, Sunday Times
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