verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of itch
Related formsan·ti-itch, adjective
Examples from the Web for itch
“You try to always scratch where the itch is,” Huckabee said about his campaigning and rhetoric in the 2008 primary.
That seems to be the modus operandi as The League moves closer to the seven-year itch.The MVPs of Sleaze Are Back: FXX's 'The League' Ups the Degenerate Ante|Emily Shire|September 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Inside the itch, extreme weather—both flooding and drought—seem to be intensifying.
They will always have the itch to be going, whether the going is good or not.
LIBRA Your palms may itch, signaling a cash infusion is on the horizon.
My hands and wrists suddenly began to smart and itch in a most unaccountable manner.A Year in the Fields|John Burroughs
Wit, lad, is a catching thing, like the itch or the sweating sickness.The White Company|Arthur Conan Doyle
No wonder I itch so much as I do, to get at these amours—They are the choicest morsel of my whole story!The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman|Laurence Sterne
The queen, but half-dressed, was a prey to the itch and other disgusting maladies.The Human Race|Louis Figuier
His Viol has the effect of a Scotch Fiddle, for it irritates his hearers, and puts them to the itch.The Violin|George Hart