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  • n. Plural form of infestation.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • I have found out since moving to lake Chapala that one´s experience with scorpion infestations is largely a function of where one lives.

    Plague of Flies

  • I think part of the reason these vermin infestations have been spreading is that people don’t take responsibility.

    A Nasty Tale About Lice « Colleen Anderson

  • Upstairs there's a ball room, and though I wonder what kind of infestations of pee and toilet paper and body fluid coat those little round balls of nastiness, I let N wander and pretend to swim in all the filth.

    blog: November 2008

  • "If the kind of infestations we see in the Midwest were duplicated in Ruedi, it would pretty much make Ruedi useless for anything, including fishing, because they eat everything."

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • An incident a few years back helps explains why so few deer "infestations" bedevil us in

    Cling to Guns, and Pass the Deer Nachos - Humberto Fontova - Townhall Conservative

  • Linux. website, Allison said despite some changes to Microsoft's personnel the company continued to refer to GPL Linux implementations as "infestations".

    Computerworld News

  • The former Tory Cabinet minister claimed £9,000 a year for gardening, charging the taxpayer hundreds of pounds for treating insect "infestations" and removing moles and jackdaw nests from his Suffolk property, and for an annual "rodent service".

    Daily Express

  • Greg Craven attacks one of the terrible "infestations" we face today: being "beset by atheists".


  • Mr. DAN LICHT (Biologist, National Park Service): If climate change does indeed warm up the area, we have warmer winters, the pine beetle infestations could become even worse.

    Forest Near Mount Rushmore Suffers Beetle Attack

  • Repeated episodes of diarrhea and worm infestations diminish a child's ability to learn and impair cognitive development.

    John Sauer: Children Should Carry Books, Not Crappy Water


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