- n. Plural form of bedbug.
“Mr. OWENS: The thing about the bedbugs is that they don't carry disease.”
“MANHATTAN -- Park Avenue's Waldorf Astoria was sued for $13,000 last week by a Nassau County mother who alleged that her 6-year-old daughter picked up bedbugs from the highbrow hotel, the Wall Street Journal reported.”
“However, the absolute insanity of a member of Congress remaining completely silent on one of the most critical causes of unemployment and instead focusing on bedbugs is staggering.”
“Experts say the resurgence in bedbugs can be attributed in part to the use of less powerful pesticides since DDT was banned in the 1960s.”
“The once ubiquitous annoyance of bedbugs is completely alien to most Americans, thanks to their almost total eradication through the use of DDT.”
“The only good news if you have bedbugs is that they don't spread disease.”
“There's a certain cuteness to the word bedbugs," he adds.”
“And she needed clarification on that, so that she knew it meant she didn't have bedbugs, which is what she was worried about.”
“Mr. Calandrino, who started a Web site called bedbugs-nyc. com a few weeks ago in response to the growing number of cases in New York.”
“In the stairwell, the smell of urine is overpowering and at the bottom of the stairs, there's a rat hole, just one variety of the vermin -- such as bedbugs, cockroaches and mice -- that crawl throughout 119 East 19th.”
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