v. t.) Any sharp organ of offense and defense adapted to inflict a wound by piercing;
n) Anything that gives acute pain, bodily or mental;
v. t.) To pierce or wound with a sharp organ of an insect
v.)to cause to feel a sudden, sharp, physical or emotional pain.
I got a bee sting.
Remove the bee sting with tweezers.
The scorpion has a sting in its tail.
Does a bee die when it loses its sting?
There was a sting of sarcasm in his voice.
Bright lights made her eyes sting and water even more.
That bee gave me a nasty sting.
The novel is a stinging satire on American politics.
The tongue stings.
Rub ointment onto the wasp sting.
The sting of a jellyfish is very painful.
The scorpion has a sting that can be deadly.
The bee sting has left a swelling on my hand.
Did my father really die from the sting of scorpion?
She had a puncture wound in her arm, from a wasp sting.
A wasp or bee sting is painful but not necessarily serious.
Razer Tergum is a giant scorpion with strong chela deadly sting.
Jellyfish sting small fish with their tentacles, and then eat them.
The symptoms of poisoning are similar to those inflicted by the sting of a scorpion fish.
Some sea animals use their tentacles to sting their prey, paralyzing them before eating them.
This cream contains a mild analgesic to soothe stings and bites.
Bee stings have been known to alleviate the symptoms of arthritis.
It also effective in treating scabies, insect stings, skin infections, and eczema.
He was silenced by her stinging rebuke.
My face was stinging from the salt spray.
The stinging slap almost caught his face.
He hit back with a stinging rebuke to his critics.
On September 24, he wrote a stinging denunciation of his critics.