infesting[ in-fest ]SEE DEFINITION OF infesting
Synonyms for infesting
- burst in
- descend upon
- fall on
- go in
- make inroads
- muscle in
- swarm over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFESTING
We have found them also infesting the roots of the hollyhock (Alcea rosea).
Diesings A. lunatum, infesting Cerrus dichotomus, is inadmissible.
I got upon the trail of that spy who has been infesting Richmond.
The fury of political party spirit, infesting the whole field of letters, accounts for, without excusing much.
The interval of peace was employed in repressing the invasions of the pirates who were infesting the Gulfs of Cambay and Cutch.
Miss Julia Johnson was charged by a watchman with infesting his bate in a state of bastely drunkenness.
They are extremely troublesome, infesting our meat whilst cooking and at our meals.
It do be surprisin the number ave blackguards there do be infesting the straits ove Portland after dark these days.
A number of species have been described as infesting man, but most of them are, fortunately, of rare occurrence.
In 1614 the king's Scotch subjects petitioned him for help against the pirates who were infesting the coasts.