Noun(1) any of numerous insects of the order Dermaptera having elongate bodies and slender many-jointed antennae and a pair of large pincers at the rear of the abdomen
(1) He's looking a little distracted, as he's trying to earwig on the Edge's conversation.(2) Our venue is on Charlotte Street, where the tables are placed close enough for you to earwig on each other's ideas for another makeover series.(3) The earwigs will hide in these and every morning if you tip out the contents you'll get not alone the hay filling but quite a number of insects as well.(4) Rising late in the morning to tents mysteriously full of earwigs we set off for a look.(5) A malfunction is being blamed for some callers being able to listen in to other people's calls - and presumably, other people earwigging into their conversations.(6) Even earwigs can be useful because they eat aphids, codling moth eggs and the red spider mite.(7) In one corner was a hefty table of corporate lawyers (no interesting earwigging there); in another sat the insurance posse; over to my left were the corporate finance crew.(8) Random people preceding me were confronting various BBC folk and questioning them, and I dutifully earwigged .(9) These stories have little basis in fact, although earwigs have been known to cause a mildly painful bite when sat upon or handled.(10) Quite often when we chat about not-specifically-work-things, Jim earwigs and contributes.(11) They finally got her into the office, so I started earwigging outside. ├ö├ç├┐Look, if you promise not to come into the store again nicking, we'll let you go.├ö├ç├û(12) They went on about benefits, making ends meet and why New Labour is so out of touch with the plight of those on the dole as I nodded surreptitiously into my pint, earwigging all the while.(13) After the conference speeches are over, I drift around the hotel bars earwigging on conversations.(14) He published papers illustrating discontinuous variation in floral symmetry and in terminal forceps of earwigs and the hornlike processes seen in certain male beetles.(15) Like most writers, Dewar is a good listener, earwigging on other's conversations.(16) Earwigging on the crew, we heard nothing but praise.
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