The eggs of the bedbug are very small, whitish, oval objects, laid in clusters in the crevices used by the bugs for concealment; they hatch in eight days.
In Kansas, the bedbug is improperly called the chintz-bug, and is believed to dwell under the bark of the cotton-wood tree.
The spread of the bedbug is mainly due to its being carried from place to place in furniture and clothing.
Traces the development of this parasite; believes that the bedbug is concerned in transmitting this disease.
Very recent investigations show that the common bedbug of India (Cimex rotundatus) harbors the parasite that causes the disease known as kala azar, and there is no doubt that it transmits the disease.
This tick lives in the resting places and around the huts of the natives and has habits very similar to the bedbug of other climes, feeding at night and hiding during the day.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bedbug" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word. Other words: bloodsucker; insect; leech; parasite; tick