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Wordlist 40 You Wouldn’t Know It If it Bit You. 1. Antivenin (n .) Definition : an antitoxin present in the blood of an animal following repeated injections of venom. Synonym: Example: Word Family:. 2. Arachnid (n .)

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1. Antivenin (n.)

Definition:an antitoxin present in the blood of an animal following repeated injections of venom.

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2. Arachnid (n.)

Definition:any of a group of small animals, similar to insects but with four pairs of legs, that include spiders, scorpions, ticks, and mites

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a·rach·ni·dan, adjective

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3. Bedbug (n.)

Definition:a very small insect that lives mainly in beds and feeds by sucking people's blood

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4. Dermatologist (n.)

Definition:a doctor who studies and treats skin diseases

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5. Exterminator (n.)

Definition:a person or thing that kill all the animals or people in a particular place or of a particular type

Synonym: annihilator, apache, arsonist

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6. Horsefly (n.)

Definition:any of various large flying insects that bite horses, cattle, and sometimes people

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7. Lurk (n.)

Definition: a safe place for hiding

Synonym: hideout

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8. Lyme disease (n.)

Definition: a disease caused by a bacteria that is spread by the bite of an insect called a tick

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Example: Initially the symptoms of Lyme's disease are like those of flu.

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9. Plague (v.)

Definition: to infect with a plague; cause an epidemic in or among

Synonym: disturb, annoy

Example: diseases that still plague the natives of Ethiopia.

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10. Prickly (adj.)

Definition: full of troublesome points

Synonym: irritable, fractious

Example: a prickly problem.

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prick·li·ness, noun

un·prick·ly, adjective

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12. Regime (n.)

Definition: a particular way of operating or organizing a business, etc.

Synonym: scheme, mechanism

Example: The regime in this office is hard work and more hard work.

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13. Renovated (adj.)

Definition: restored to good condition; made new or as if new again; repair.

Synonym: repaired, changed

Example: He has bought a renovated house.

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14. Rodent (n.)

Definition: any of various small mammals with large, sharp front teeth, such as mice and rats

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15.Swat (v.)

Definition: to hit something, especially an insect, with a flat object or your hand

Synonym: bash, knock, hit

Example: I swatted the fly with a rolled-up newspaper.

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16. Tick (n.)

Definition: any of numerous bloodsucking arachnids of the order Acarina, including the families Ixodidae and Argasidae, somewhat larger than the related mites and having a barbed proboscis for attachment to the skin of warm-blooded vertebrates: some ticks are vectors of disease.

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