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Definition of needle:
- A small instrument of steel, sharply pointed at one end, with an eye to receive a thread, -- used in sewing.
- used only in the proverb, " to pass through a needle's eye" ( Matthew 19:24 ; Mark 10:25 ; Luke 18:25 ). Some interpret the expression as referring to the side gate, close to the principal gate, usually called the " eye of a needle" in the East; but it is rather to be taken literally. The Hebrew females were skilled in the use of the needle ( Exodus 28:39 ; 26:36 ; Judges 5:30 ).
- To form in the shape of a needle; as, to needle crystals.
- To form needles; to crystallize in the form of needles.
- prick with a needle; in sewing or embroidering
- To form needle- shaped crystals.
- a sharp pointed implement ( usually steel)
- a slender pointer for indicating the reading on the scale of a measuring instrument
- a stylus that formerly made sound by following a groove in a phonograph record
- prick with a needle
- See Magnetic needle, under Magnetic.
- A slender rod or wire used in knitting; a knitting needle; also, a hooked instrument which carries the thread or twine, and by means of which knots or loops are formed in the process of netting, knitting, or crocheting.
- Any slender, pointed object, like a needle, as a pointed crystal, a sharp pinnacle of rock, an obelisk, etc.
- A small instrument of steel, sharply pointed at one end, with an eye to receive a thread, - used in sewing.
- Sharp instruments used for puncturing or suturing.
- A small, sharp- pointed steel instrument furnished with an eye to hold thread; a thin, straight rod used in knitting or, when hooked at the end, for crocheting; anything sharply pointed like a needle; the magnetic needle.
- 1. A slender, usually sharp- pointed, instrument used for puncturing the tissues, for guiding the thread or wire in suturing, or for passing a ligature around an artery. 2. To separate the tissues by means of one or two needles, in the dissection of small parts. 3. To perform discission of a cataract by means of a needle or very slender knife.
- Pointed instrument holding suture for sewing wounds.
- A small, sharp- pointed steel instrument, with an eye for a thread: anything like a needle, as the magnet of a compass.
- Pointed instrument for sewing; magnetic bar of a compass; slender crystal.
- The rod used in knitting, etc.
- A small instrument of steel, pointed at one end, with an eye at the other to receive a thread, used in sewing; a small pointed piece of steel, such as is used in the mariner's compass; any crystallized substance in the form of a needle.
- A small steel instrument, pointed at one end, and having an eye or hole at the other, used in sewing; the artificial magnet of the compass; anything needle- shaped.
Usage examples for needle
It isn't any more wonderful than a needle traveling toward a magnet: the machine tells where the water is, and how far off it is, something like a compass- I don't understand it, but I can see that it ain't any more meraculous than a telegraph. The Wizard's Daughter and Other Stories by Margaret Collier Graham