parasite[ par-uh-sahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF parasite
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He ceased for a time at least to be a gentleman to become a hanger-on, a parasite once more.
Parasiticus means a parasite; so called because it grows on a Scleroderma.
To be proud that one wasn't a loafer or a drone, or a parasite on the body economic.
And you can't understand that I am precisely what you've described--a parasite!
It is an unaccountable prejudice that makes the parasite unpopular.
The institution of marriage makes a parasite of woman, an absolute dependent.
You speak,” he said, “as though literature were the parasite of evil.
But now in the train of victory there appeared its parasite, discord.
I worked hard, and had to give up what I earned to every kind of parasite.
Since the dead did not wish him to be a man, he would be a parasite.