Informal Feeling as if covered with moving things.(adjective)
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Use "crawly" in a sentence
"Mason had come armed with a handful of wild barley-grass, or "crawly", as it was better known among the boys."
"Of literary art there is little, of invention considerable; and while the style is to a certain extent unformed and immature, it is neither feeble nor obscure, and admirably serves the author's purpose of creating what the children call a "crawly" impression."
"* Tingling or numbness in the hands, face, feet or mouth (paresthesia) * Feelings of "crawly," "itchy," or "cringy" skin sensations."