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pricker

[′prik·ər]
(botany)
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They don't like going to the pricker bushes to find their discs.
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Bikram uses a finger pricker to pierce the skin on the ring finger of my left hand.
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Atzmon is well known as an exceptional saxophonist and something of a conscience pricker on the political scene.
Jessie: There's a little pricker inside, and you have to push the end, and there's a little button, and you have to twist it, and then you have to press it and it makes a hole in you, and then you have to squeeze out blood, and then put it on the special tab, and put it into the machine, and then you have to see how high or low you are so you can have some treats or not.
If you're struggling so hard to buy someone a present you'll consider an egg pricker, it's because most of us already have everything we need.