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The change came to the chagrin of unionized gas workers who saw the energy transition as a job exterminator, but have since said they’re in talks with the city about new job outlets for pipefitters in the water industry.

Hire a licensed exterminator to inspect the house and provide appropriate treatment.

The Brooklyn-born son of an exterminator and a housewife, Schumer at 14 got a job running a mimeograph machine for a neighbor whose tutoring business helped students prepare for the SAT.

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One person replied saying they called exterminators, convinced they were suffering from bed bugs.

Ditto the kind of people who let garbage pile up undisposed of (and don't or can't call an exterminator).

And a rubbing alcohol/lavender oil mix works only as a short-term defense to buy time until the exterminator comes.

An exterminator, Dill took a job in Iraq for a company contracted to do pest control on military bases.

Despite having the nickname “the exterminator,” DeLay did not try to exterminate wasteful spending when in power.

But neither supposition proved to be correct, for we presently picked up the “exterminator,” floating near us.

Sometimes they are enemies who must be immolated to Mars the exterminator.

When the master takes us to kill the snails in the box borders, I do not always scrupulously fulfil my office as an exterminator.

The latter require the services of an exterminator or some one skilled in the use of hydrocyanic acid gas.

Exterminator (The), Montbars, chief of a set of filibusters in the seventeenth century.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exterminator, such as: bomber, annihilator, assassin, cancer, chemotherapy, and despoiler.

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