Noun(1) insect having biting mouthparts and front wings modified to form horny covers overlying the membranous rear wings(2) a tool resembling a hammer but with a large head (usually wooden
Verb(1) be suspended over or hang over(2) fly or go in a manner resembling a beetle(3) beat with a beetle
Adjective(1) jutting or overhanging
(1) Beneath the beetle brow and the thinning combover, however, lurked a singular songwriting talent.(2) He takes out a glass case containing the beautiful beetle , with a golden shell, black spots, and antennae, just as he had originally said.(3) Although most of the beetles were dead, a number were still quite active and one beetle climbed onto a film vial in the pan and took flight.(4) In ancient Egypt they worshipped all kinds of creatures even insects and bugs like a scarab beetle .(5) The hard sheath over the beetle 's wings has a waxy surface dotted with tiny nonwaxy bumps.(6) This beetle 's black antennae are nearly as long as its body.(7) He furrows his beetle brows and fixes his stare on the turf in front, indifferent to the periphery.(8) They can easily slice right though a beetle 's hard armour.(9) Over 1,000 species of beetle and spider have been found, many of which are dependent on the trees for their survival.(10) This tiny black female beetle , the size of a poppy seed, is already spreading in the Great Smoky Mountains.(11) Champ was prepared especially for the festival of Hallowe'en when large quantities of potatoes were pounded with a cylindrical wooden implement called a beetle .(12) Oh, I pop down in the car frequently enough, park by the Spardis, grab some provisions and beetle off back home.(13) Depending on the beetle pressure in a stand and individual susceptibility of baited trees, attacks may range from unsuccessful or no attack, to successfully mass attacked.(14) Rare forms of beetle and fly have been known to live there, and it offers a breeding ground for otters.(15) It worked perfectly - intensity of light was controlled by pressure on the beetle !(16) Green June beetles also emerge in July and they also feed on ripe fruit.
(1) beetle crusher :: beetle breker
1. mallet ::
2. overhang ::
Different Formsbeetle, beetled, beetles, beetling
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