Earwig In A Sentence

Definition of Earwig

(transitive) To fill the mind of with prejudice by insinuations. | (transitive) To attempt to influence by persistent confidential argument or talk. | (intransitive, Britain, slang) To eavesdrop.

How To Use Earwig In A Sentence?

  • The old-fashioned idea of the much-dreaded earwig is little more than a fallacy.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Earwig | Earwig Sentence

  • I swear there was not a bird's nest nor a single earwig in it anywhere.

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