Synonyms for locust

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She did not go back to Locust the next day, nor for weeks after that.

Clark joined in the argument from the blackness under the locust tree.

Wiggle appeared to claim the locust as a souvenir of the scout's magic.

This plant is very common on the locust trees about Chillicothe.

The creature most commonly called a locust is a cicada, or harvest fly.

The cicada, it will be remembered, is what is commonly called a locust.

Captain Kendrick sat upright on the settee, beneath the locust tree.

He is greedy as the locust, wily as the serpent, and ferocious as the panther.

The ceremony closed with the planting of a Virginia locust by the Doctor.

And now Prue felt like the locust turned away from ant-hill after ant-hill.