Definition of Bugologist
1. Noun. A zoologist who studies insects.
Specialized synonyms: Butterfly Collector, Lepidopterist, Lepidopterologist
Generic synonyms: Animal Scientist, Zoologist
Specialized synonyms: E. O. Wilson, Edward Osborne Wilson, Wilson
Derivative terms: Entomology
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bugologist
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Literary usage of Bugologist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1914)
"And the superintendent, laughing as he pets a curly little head, says: "We will make a bugologist out of Bill!" We walked across a small court in the center ..."
2. The Teaching of Mathematics in the Elementary and the Secondary School by Jacob William Albert Young (1906)
""The ' bugologist,' the man who knows nothing but what Latin names to attach to plants, animals, or stones, clouds, stars, etc., has long been the stalking ..."
3. Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the by Entomological Section (1901)
"Then the " bugologist" started up the trail. Soon Argynnis helena were found in abundance and a short distance farther up it was a pleasure to note the ..."
4. Baled Hay: A Drier Book Than Walt Whitman's "Leaves O' Grass". by Bill Nye (1893)
"We jeer at "the footsore bugologist who has chased the large, green worm from tree to tree, in order that we may be wise. We speak sneeringly of the man who ..."
5. Egypt, Burma and British Malaysia by William Eleroy Curtis (1905)
"... States should be fumigated as thoroughly as possible, for no bugologist could enumerate or describe the insect and microbe life that exists among them. ..."
6. Social Antagonisms by Arland Deyett Weeks (1918)
"... for these many years; and no insect has succeeded in developing a protective coloration perfect enough to make good its escape from the “bugologist. ..."
7. Sketches from Santalistan by Mathew Andreas Pederson (1913)
"Why they do it and where they are rolling them to only a bugologist can tell. Then there are the armies of ants, always busy. Some dwell in trees, ..."