It's a frameup, that's what it is, a frameup on me and my prickly heat!
Sleep is out of the question, "prickly heat" is careful of that.
Besides, he had fever and prickly heat, which tries the meekest white man's patience, and it was New England stock he sprang from.
I look upon it as one of the unaccountable fatalities of man, to be placed in the category of grievances with prickly heat.
He was now in that unpleasant state of prickly heat when testy old gentlemen could commit slaughter with ecstasy.
With solicitude he glanced down at the small, moist, pink, lumpy bundle of prickly heat and sore gums.
This is excellent for any irritation of the skin, and also for prickly heat.
It would, he felt, be so refreshing—so delicious after the hot night and the sensations of prickly heat.
Their hair curled in little wet rings all over their heads, and their chubby arms and necks were red with prickly heat.
Children who are covered with prickly heat in warm weather will be thus effectually relieved from that tormenting eruption.
prickly heat prick·ly heat (prĭk'lē)
See heat rash.