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  • noun Plural form of roach.

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Examples

  • He didn't call the roaches to die for his need, because he had no need.

    He Don't Know Him

  • The idea of where your mind goes to defend itself–either he really did train the roaches, which is huge, or his mind needed that to survive.

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  • I believe that the roaches will be the only ones to survive a nuclear war because they have more resistance to radiation.

    PRESS CONFERENCE 4TH CONGRESS OF FELAP

  • The skull and crossbones is another story altogether, assuming the roaches were the head-banger types - something along the lines of "Cool, man ...." - munch, swallow, stagger, die ...

    myAsylum

  • Turns out he was smashing "roaches," or so he thought.

    Two jetty stories

  • Turns out he was smashing "roaches," or so he thought.

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  • I did not exactly know what was meant by "roaches," but it was explained to me soon after.

    Frank Mildmay Or, The Naval Officer

  • I did not exactly know what was meant by "roaches", but it was explained to me soon after.

    Frank Mildmay The Naval Officer

  • If I'm to metaphorically call the corrupt forces inside of our government "roaches," then I ought to have a great name for the forces of good inside the government.

    Sunlight Foundation Transparency Ecosystem

  • If I'm to metaphorically call the corrupt forces inside of our government "roaches," then I ought to have a great name for the forces of good inside the government.

    Sunlight Foundation Transparency Ecosystem

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