sewing needle

NOUN
  1. slender-bodied non-stinging insect having iridescent wings that are outspread at rest; adults and nymphs feed on mosquitoes etc.
  2. a needle used in sewing to pull thread through cloth
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How To Use sewing needle In A Sentence

  • There is a sewing needle on my table and a few moments ago, a camel walked through the end of it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then a needle no bigger than a sewing needle was put into my muscles and the signal the nerve made was recorded. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a sewing needle on my table and a few moments ago, a camel walked through the end of it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sewing needles and different-sized pins, used in needlework and also to fasten clothes, have turned up, as well as nuts and seeds from fruit, some of which no longer grow locally but were brought inside by mice more than a century ago.
  • You will need a field guide to help you identify these two species, but one way to recognize the dowitchers is by their method of feeding, described as a ‘sewing needle action.’
  • Then a needle no bigger than a sewing needle was put into my muscles and the signal the nerve made was recorded. Times, Sunday Times
  • They want a bore that looks like a hollow log or a sewing needle swage. You Always Hurt the Gun You Love
  • Then a needle no bigger than a sewing needle was put into my muscles and the signal the nerve made was recorded. Times, Sunday Times
  • From the cigarette pack he pulled a large sewing needle and began to scrape the insides of the bowl's tube.
  • With a sewing needle from her bedside table, Marylyn pricked her finger and squeezed it until two drops of blood fell onto the sheets.
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