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itchy (adj): ​having or producing an itch on the skin

an itchy nose/rash

I feel itchy all over.


Most dictionaries say "I have an itchy nose", "My nose is itchy" or "I feel itchy"

But, no dictionary that has this kind of examples "to feel itchy on + a part of a body"

For example: "I feel itchy on my nose"

Although, I saw many results when searching "itchy on my" on the internet.

Is it idiomatic to say "I feel itchy on my nose"?

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I can only speak for American English, but your construction ("I feel itchy on my nose") would sound idiosyncratic in my country. "My X is/are itchy" is the usual

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