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

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

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 5 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

The destroyer of enemies,” “the reducer of the disobedient,” “the exterminator of rebels,” “he whose sword is good.

TraditionJohn Francis Arundell

At one of these avenues would enter the exterminator of my honor and my life.

Wieland; or The TransformationCharles Brockden Brown

Exterminator and his rider were roundly applauded upon their return to the stand.

"The Olonnais is adjudged to Montbarts the exterminator, for forty crowns," the agent said.

The Buccaneer ChiefGustave Aimard

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

If You're Going to Live in the CountryThomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley

Cook as an exterminator of the human species seemed too glittering a novelty.

Now, apparently, he was being pressed into service as an exterminator.

Student BodyFloyd L. Wallace

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

The Island HomeRichard Archer

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