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  • Info Vermin (colloquially varmint or varmit) are pests or nuisance animals, especially those that threaten human society by spreading diseases or destroying crops and livestock. more...
  • He eventually runs away and leaves behind the group of vermin that had captured him.
  • He has, in short, no vermin blood in him at any rate. Cited from Germany and the Germans, by Price Collier
  • We would clear the street of these vermin in no time. Cited from Orange and Green, by G. A. Henty
  • He turns Vermin over to the police and goes home to his wife.
  • I thought you allowed no such vermin in this water? Cited from Prose Idylls, by Charles Kingsley
  • She has gone and murdered all my animals -- she said they was vermin. Cited from A Little Mother to the Others, by L. T. Meade
  • You will believe me or not, I simply could not turn that vermin out into the street. Cited from Castles in the Air, by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  • Then I am locked up with women who have every known variety of vermin. Cited from Moral, by Ludwig Thoma
  • That's the last of you, and we'll have no more vermin like you. Cited from The Lions of the Lord, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • Various methods have been tried to destroy these vermin, but without effect. Cited from Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, by John Hunter
  • It should be kept in a dry place and away from vermin.
  • Some species are common to the point of being considered vermin while others are exceedingly rare.
  • These vermin were observed to visit the island during the summer, but at no fixed period of that season. Cited from Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, Vol. 1, David Collins
  • "There's enough eat up here now without having the vermin taking a hand in." Cited from True to Himself, by Edward Stratemeyer
  • They have no fear in this climate of their food being destroyed by vermin or small insects. Cited from Peter the Whaler, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • He belonged to the class of humanity which you can call by no other name than that of vermin. Cited from The Avenger, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The world in general is under a mistake as to the nature of these vermin. Cited from Vivian Grey, by The Earl of Beaconsfield
  • Upon the necks of those who stood near vermin were to be seen. Cited from A Woman's Life-Work, by Laura S. Haviland
  • His ability to think in ways most other vermin never could even if they tried is an asset to the team.
  • Here he was placed in a dirty room full of vermin, without table, chair, or bed. Cited from Amos Huntingdon, by T.P. Wilson
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Meaning of vermin

  • noun An irritating or obnoxious person
  • noun Any of various small animals or insects that are pests; e.g. cockroaches or rats
    cereals must be protected from mice and other vermin, he examined the child's head for vermin, boys in the village have probably been shooting vermin