verb (used with object), ear·wigged, ear·wig·ging.
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From the earwig's habit of watching over her young I am inclined to believe that this insect possesses true mother-love.The Dawn of Reason|James Weir
Then they went down into the worm-hole—the earwig in front with the shining wood, then Pluizer, then Johannes.The Quest|Frederik van Eeden
The care of the earwig not only extends to her eggs, but also to her young larv.The Life of an Insect|Anonymous
The name "earwig" itself is sufficiently puzzling, but "coach-bell" seems, if possible, still more utterly unintelligible.
"That is quite out in the big world, on the other side of the ditch," answered an earwig.What the Moon Saw: and Other Tales|Hans Christian Andersen