water bug

NOUN
  1. a true bug: large aquatic bug adapted to living in or on the surface of water
  2. small light-brown cockroach brought to United States from Europe; a common household pest
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How To Use water bug In A Sentence

  • The third, guess what, insects, no, the water bug, is not right, what ah, you say that the silence Haw.
  • Using its front legs the giant water bug gripped the turtle inserting its syringe-like rostrum into the prey's neck in order to feed.
  • I knew I had to move when I got home from work and found my cat batting around a water bug the size of a hockey puck.
  • Next comes the Living River Trail, starting with a trout pool populated by fish, serenely floating wood ducks, turtles and other peskier species such as "giant toe biters" (water bugs). Where the Wild Things Are
  • But then came draft night and in came the little water bug guard Aaron Brooks.
  • A member of the Entomobryidae family, the water bug munches on leaf litter, helping to fertilize soil and encouraging suitable habitats for microorganisms.
  • The giant water bug, or Lethocerus indicus, a three-inch-long South Asian insect that looks uncannily like a local cockroach, is just one of the items on the menu of this bug-eating bacchanal.
  • A group of water bugs was talking one day about how they saw other water bugs climb up a lily pad and disappear from sight.
  • David Gracer lifts a giant water bug, places his thumbs in a pre-sliced slit in its underside, and flips off its head.
  • The giant water bug, or Lethocerus indicus, a three-inch-long South Asian insect that looks uncannily like a local cockroach, is just one of the items on the menu of this bug-eating bacchanal.
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