needly

needly

(ˈniːdəlɪ)
adj
resembling a needle or needles

needly

(ˈniːdəlɪ)
adv
necessarily
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All through September there were continuous gales that broke up the smooth seal-ice when it was only four or five feet thick, and forced it inland, and piled a great barrier, some twenty miles broad, of lumped and ragged and needly ice, over which it was impossible to draw the dog-sleighs.
Quite apart from the question of how trustworthy Russian sources are in such matters, Tassie's reliance on them results in inept re-transliterations of non-Russian names: "At the opening concert at the Rudolphinium [sic], the musicologist Zdenek Needly [sic] introduced Myaskovsky's two symphonies .
They're spooky and look at you with these needly eyes," she winces.
Microscopically, the powder or metal particles were black or brown needly crystal or crystalline powder.
Nicola Livingston, chair of the Scottish Jewish Chaplaincy, said the charity event had been needly politicised.
The afternoon wind on the rocky little island had whipped her skin raw, and she could still feel her knees twinging with a needly discomfort from a few days earlier, when they took the boy to the indoor ski field and she skidded down the abbreviated slope straight into the wall.
Zdenek Needly, who was reporting from Prague, claimed that after the war Pushkin's poetry had made his people "excited and passionate" because "what Pushkin had only foreseen, and what he had struggled for, finally became a reality" in Czechia.
this time by reforming EI eligibility rules so more Canadians receive badly needly benefits.
He can only keep his foot elevated for something like twenty minutes before they start to sing with this hot and needly pain.
Green's pines, where except for scattered boulders or stones the ground was less varied, all needly.
The difference is that pentagonite crystals are acicular, reach 1 cm long, and occur in needly sprays very unlike the balls or parallel-growth sheaves of cavansite.
At second glance she could see behind them the needly throne of volcanic rock rising over a thousand feet above an otherwise flat desert floor.