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cockchafer

  

      n   any of various Old World scarabaeid beetles, esp. Melolontha melolontha of Europe, whose larvae feed on crops and grasses,   (Also called)    May beetle, May bug         
     (C18: from cock1 + chafer)  
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June bug   , beetle  
      n   any of various large brown North American scarabaeid beetles that are common in late spring and early summer, esp. any of the genus Polyphylla,   (Also called)    May beetle, May bug         

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beetle          [1]  
      n  
1    any insect of the order Coleoptera, having biting mouthparts and forewings modified to form shell-like protective elytra  
   Related adj       coleopteran  
2    a game played with dice in which the players draw or assemble a beetle-shaped form  
      vb   intr; foll by: along, off, etc.  
3    Informal   to scuttle or scurry; hurry  
     (Old English bitela; related to bitol teeth, bit, bitan to bite)  

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beetle

  
, beetling  
      adj   hanging over, jutting, leaning over, overhanging, pendent, projecting, prominent, protruding, sticking out, swelling over  


beetle-browed     
frowning, glowering, lowering, pouting, scowling, sullen  

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