There were three characters in the story, a bluebottle and two Scotsmen.
The Bluebottle frequents our homes during autumn and a part of winter, until the cold becomes severe; but her appearance in the fields dates back much earlier.
With a tied thread I keep the two mandibles in absolute contact; and I place a second Bluebottle in the presence of the Linnet, whom the colonists have already entered by the beak.
The Bluebottle carefully refrains from laying her eggs upon it and the Flesh-fly from bringing forth her offspring, both of them knowing that their new-born young are incapable of piercing the obstacle.
From time to time the Bluebottle and the Flesh-fly perch on the trellis-work, make a short investigation and then decamp.
It follows from all this that, to lay her eggs, the Bluebottle picks out either naked wounds or else the mucous membranes of the mouth or eyes, which are not protected by a skin of any thickness.
We have seen the Bluebottle refusing to lay her eggs on the paper bag, notwithstanding the carrion fumes of the Linnet enclosed; yet now, without hesitation, she lays them on a sheet of metal.
The Bluebottle comes to my apparatus, guided by scent rather than sight.
A big bluebottle fly flew in recklessly into the cool verandah, and darted with loud buzzing between the two men.
I have been buzzing over this town like a bluebottle fly, looking for you high and low.
Ah, would I could treat him as I treat this abominable bluebottle fly now, and crush him under my foot!
Your majesty will surely enjoy one day the pleasure of crushing Bonaparte, the huge bluebottle fly, under your heel," said Hudelist.
Yes, yes, Hudelist, believe me, Bonaparte is a hugebluebottle fly, which drives all Europe mad.
I do not believe that it is a bluebottle fly," exclaimed the emperor.
It is Bonaparte, who has transformed himself into a bluebottle fly, as Jove once transformed himself into an ox; and he came hither to annoy me and din my ears until I am quite sick.
Come here, Hudelist, and look at this bluebottle fly.
Class distinctions were apparently forgotten in the common enthusiasm; the plebeian bluebottle and blowfly now consorted with Aphrodite and sipped at the same drop.
The deep digging is now accompanied by a continual buzzing noise, resembling that produced by a bluebottle fly held captive between one's fingers.
A great bluebottle fly, shining with a metallic lustre, stood beneath a mushroom on the ground.
The bluebottle was sipping the dark-colored liquid through its long proboscis, quivering with delight as it fed on the noisomeness.
The bluebottle buzzed towards the window, swirled about, hit Chris on the nose again with remarkable stupidity, and blundered off once more towards the window.
The bluebottle fly buzzed upward from the table, flew directly at Chris's nose, hit it, flew around his head, and bumped into his ear.
The bluebottle fly or the goldfish became as easy as saying "Eureka!
The copper saucepans on the wall gleam and glitter in the rays of the declining sun, and the bluebottle flies crawl and buzz about their shining surfaces.
And once Fenn had put in one song it was inevitable that he would put in another, for which the bluebottle was the "singer".
The bluebottle fly, tiring of its futile efforts to annoy her, buzzed importantly off in search of a more responsive victim.
Paying not the least attention to the big bluebottle fly that buzzed her nose, Sue stretched full-length and dozed in the sun.
In the transformations of two-winged flies of the bluebottle group, A.
There are no imaginal discs for the nervous system; the brain, nerve-cords and ganglia of the butterfly or bluebottle are the direct outcome of those of the caterpillar or maggot.
The correspondence of parts in butterfly and caterpillar just referred to, may still be traced, though less easily, in bluebottle and maggot.
Maggots, differing from that of the Bluebottle only in minor details, are the larval forms of a vast multitude of allied species and display great variation in the nature of their food.
Among the flies of the bluebottlegroup (Muscidae) the brain (fig.
The Bluebottle maggot burrows into flesh, that of the House-fly into horse-dung or vegetable refuse.
Day or night the Bluebottle is liable to be called from his desk or his home by the telephone: like the Florentine Brother of the Misericordia he must instantly hurry into his uniform and rush to the place appointed.
It is said that the Jamaica cases were all due to the larvæ of the bluebottle fly (M.
There was a pleasant light in this church; the hum of a country bluebottle made all the difference to the quality of silence.
The bluebottle flew out of the window behind Felix and in at the one that was not behind him.
The agent paused in his recital and gazed fixedly at a bluebottle crawling up the windowpane.
They would get on its eyes; and once a large bluebottle flew right at one of them.
Scrupulous though she be in choosing exactly where to lay her eggs, the bluebottledoes not trouble about the quality of the provisions intended for her family's consumption.
Yes, of a certainty, the offspring of the flesh fly and the bluebottleare expeditious workers.
From time to time, the bluebottleand the flesh fly perch on the trellis-work, make a short investigation and then decamp.
It follows from all this that, to lay the eggs, the Bluebottle picks out either naked wounds or else the mucous membranes of the mouth or eyes, which are not protected by a skin of any thickness.
I place fifteen bluebottle pupae, obtained in winter, at the bottom of a wide tube closed at one end.
The Bluebottle carefully refrains from laying her eggs upon it and the flesh fly from bringing forth her offspring, both of them knowing that their newborn young are incapable of piercing the obstacle.
We have seen the bluebottle refusing to lay her eggs on the paper bag, notwithstanding the carrion fumes of the Linnet enclosed; yet now, without hesitation, she lays them on a sheet of metal.
The bluebottle frequents our homes during autumn and a part of winter, until the cold becomes severe; but her appearance in the fields dates back much earlier.
Any meat, no matter whether of a higher or lower order, suits the bluebottle for the settlement of her family.
With a tied thread, I keep the two mandibles in absolute contact; and I place a second bluebottle in the presence of the linnet, which the colonists have already entered by the beak.
In addition, graver disasters decimate her family, if, as I do not doubt, we can apply to the bluebottle what I have seen happen in the case of her rival, the flesh fly.
I know where you're going," said Merla, with the resentful buzz of a bluebottle that finds itself thwarted by the cold unreasoning resistance of a windowpane.
The tireless Dick, young and active, with no original laziness in his composition, no old bones to rest, or pipe to smoke, kept after him like a bluebottle fly.
Then a bluebottle fly awoke suddenly into life and began to buzz and drum against the window pane, and Lestrange wished that they would come.
They fed upon this soup, this gruel, and a surplus dripped to the ground below, where the bluebottle drank eagerly.
A great bluebottle fly, shining with a metallic luster, reposed in an ecstasy of feasting, sipping through its long proboscis the dark-colored liquid that dripped slowly from a mushroom.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bluebottle" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word. Other words: bull; insect; paddy; policeman