That seems to be the modus operandi as The League moves closer to the seven-year itch.
Inside the itch, extreme weather—both flooding and drought—seem to be intensifying.
The 18-month itch hits every administration—and some of these folks are heading for new jobs with their belief in Obama intact.
Pauline was born in Corsica in 1780 with an itch to scratch.
They will always have the itch to be going, whether the going is good or not.
Those substances that are known to destroy the insect that produces the itch, cure the malady.
The bedclothes were warm and irksome, and that confounded plaster had begun to itch.
In Westphalia, they are peculiarly troubled with peripneumonies and the itch.
Roosevelt had, for a year or more, felt the itch to be a monarch of acres.
The Filipinos use the infusion locally for itch with good results.
Old English gicce, from giccan (v.) "to itch" (see itch (v.)). Sense of "restless desire" is first attested 1530s; itching in this sense is from mid-14c.
Old English giccan "to itch," from West Germanic *jukkjan (cf. Middle Dutch jöken "to itch," Old High German jucchen, German jucken). Related: Itched; itching.
An irritating skin sensation causing a desire to scratch.
Any of various skin disorders, such as scabies, marked by intense irritation and itching.