|insect pest of corn||lesser cornstalk borer|
|(in vertebrates) section of the body between the thorax and the pelvis in which most of the digestive organs are located, belly; section of the body behind the thorax (Entomology), body section containing stomach, rear part of insect||abdomen|
|(Informal) small animal, critter; insect, bug||beastie|
|(Mathematics, Physics) quantity with magnitude and direction (represented by an arrow indicating its direction); (Biology) insect which carries diseases, means of disease transfer; route of a plane, change thrust direction of aircraft engine, computer ...||vector|
|(Slang) great, excellent; of outstanding quality or ability, someone who has great ability, something excellent; corn confection, sweet corn snack||crackajack|
|a trademark for a copolymer used in making fire- and insect-resistant textile fiber and derived from vinyl chloride and acrylonitrile||Dynel|
|able to trap insects, feeding on insects, insect eating (of a plant or animal)||insectivorous|
|adhesive-producing insect gland||colleterial gland|
|agitated, shocked, deeply upset, set of timber parts for barrel, shake, bundle of grain or corn; set of wood and metal pieces for constructing a barrel or box||shook|
|ailment caused by germ, any insect, bulge outward, craze or obsession, defect, devotee, hidden listening device, hide listening device in something, insect; bacteria, virus; programming error which causes a malfunction (Computers); secret listening dev...||bug|
|air hole, opening which allows the passage of air; (Zoology) respiratory aperture (as in whales, sharks, spiders, etc.), blowhole, small aperture in an insect, small gill slit, vent in lava flow||spiracle|
|air-filled cavity in bird, alveolus, respiration aid in insect||air sac|
|alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain (e.g. corn, rye, or barley), alcoholic spirit||whiskey|
|alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain (e.g. corn, rye, or barley), whiskey||whisky|
|American bird, insect-eating songbird, type of bird that eats insects, tyrant flycatcher||flycatcher|
|American bloodsucking insect, cone-nosed bug, kissing bug||conenose|
|American cotton pest||cotton moth|
|an aspect of something, cut and polish the surface of a gemstone, cut facets on a gemstone, cut facets in something, flat area, one of the cut and polished surfaces of a gemstone; aspect, side (i.e. of a situation), part of insect eye||facet|
|animal resembling flea, small bloodsucking insect, small leaping bloodsucking insect||flea|
|annoying or injurious person or animal; pest; vermin (Informal), troublesome person or animal||varmint|
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