- n. Plural form of waterbug.
“According to Woodward, Jones clashed with members of Obama's inner circle - whom he derisively nicknamed "waterbugs" - and complained about limited access to the president.”
“Full-on athletic power meets the delicacy of waterbugs.”
“When he drank from a spring, only waterbugs looked back at him, and whose body was that that itched, whose hand that did the scratching?”
“The wheel rolled to a stop, and bubbles of oxygen slid off of it to skitter upon the surface of his stagnant blood like waterbugs attending to some dizzy business.”
“In CA where I come from, they are called “waterbugs”- but this one sure looks like a humongous roach.”
“The “Jap swimmers were as thick as waterbugs,” recorded Halsey in his memoir.”
“Every morning, Maud practices her jujitsu on waterbugs that have a mean height of six feet.”
“I have been sitting on the tiny footbridge watching waterbugs skating on the still small pool, thinking about Henry.”
“Roland shot him a sharp glance, but Cuthbert was looking down at the harbor, where the small fishing boats skittered to and fro like waterbugs.”
“Cars below us glided like bright-eyed waterbugs as the lights of civilization flickered like small fires in the trees.”
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