Then the chafer, who was by a whole day the elder, disappeared among the blades of grass, leaving the other greatly impressed.
As the chafer spoke they heard a shrill squeak overhead which chilled them to the very marrow.
The chafer buzzed against his shoulder, gathered flight again, and boomed away.
A chafer buzzed by, a small black cat played with its tail on some steps in a recess.
A clock struck seven, and round the shady lime-tree a chafer or some heavy insect commenced its booming rushes.
Wide as an oxhide was the single eye protruding from his forehead, with seven pupils therein, which were black as a chafer.
A single eye in his head, as broad as an oxhide, as black as a chafer, with three pupils therein.
The cause of giving the chariot to Fiacc was that a chafer had gnawed his leg, so that death was nigh unto him.
May chafer must fly away home, his father is at the wars, his mother is in Pomerania, Pomerania is all burnt.
The chafer was associated with the sun in Egypt, the broken egg engaged the attention of the thinking in Tibet.
kind of beetle, Old English ceafor "beetle, cock-chafer," from Proto-Germanic *kabraz- (cf. Old Saxon kevera, Dutch kever, Old High German chevar, German Käfer), literally "gnawer," from PIE *gep(h)- "jaw, mouth" (see jowl (n.1)).