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Spell check of insect

Correct spelling: insect

bird, ichneumon fly, thrips, Japanese beetle, ant lion, marsupial, worm, sucking louse, bird louse, vertebrate, dirt ball, zero, carnivore, moth, sawfly, flea, nothing, whippersnapper, plant bug, rodent, bristletail, firefly, daddy-longlegs, aphid, mammal, walking stick, lacewing, darning needle, potato bug, wasp, feline, cockroach, amphibian, shrimp, lightweight, nullity, snippersnapper, beast, corn borer, termite, seventeen-year locust, cricket, caddis fly, caterpillar, canine, May fly, honeybee, millipede, dwarf, pip-squeak, scarab, pygmy, katydid, fly, cipher, nonentity, brute, yellow jacket, beetle, hornet, alder fly, ant, scorpion fly, springtail, number, bee, earwig, bedbug, cootie, ruminant, livestock, stinkbug, cicada, fish, centipede, biting louse, true fly, pest, half-pint, reptile, stone fly, creature, scale insect, boll weevil, gnat, zilch, arthropod, animal, mantis, grasshopper, louse, butterfly, mite, dragonfly, twerp, bumblebee, insignificancy, morsel, vermin, silverfish, plant louse, leaf insect, invertebrate.

figure, authority, star, great power, VIP, head, party, superior, eminence, planet, personality, kahuna, notable, luminary, magnate, big wheel, big shot, superstar, celebrity, somebody, nabob, power, kingpin, lead, personage, leader, bigwig, chief.

Examples of usage:

1) " The blame contrary insect means swimming off," he announced. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) How did the blamed insect first get hold of you? - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) Then he closed his mouth in fear of an insect flying into it. - "Corpus of a Siam Mosquito", Steven Sills.