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  • n. the branch of zoology that studies insects


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  • Unlike most girls, Izza likes bugs, and maybe she will return to college and specialize in bugology (?).

    Pine Needles, 1921.

  • Under credit cards poor went to slaw art pedestrian and got a horribly art opopanax, a pgce and bribable milklike bugology.

    Rational Review

  • But I am aware that there are certain individuals in the community who are endeavoring to excite alarm among you, and 'bugology you', and frighten you from voting for the school system, by telling you if you do, you will smell a polecat -- that it is intended to tax the poor for the benefit of the rich -- that you will be taxed higher than all creation can pay, and finally in a few years, you will be "distinguished" like Jackson 'distinguished' the national debt.

    The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina; A Documentary History, 1790-1840. Vol. II

  • "Topography, yarbography, bugology and the dickens knows wot ology.

    A Dream of Empire Or, The House of Blennerhassett


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