Examples from the Web for exterminator
Ditto the kind of people who let garbage pile up undisposed of (and don't or can't call an exterminator).
And a rubbing alcohol/lavender oil mix works only as a short-term defense to buy time until the exterminator comes.
An exterminator, Dill took a job in Iraq for a company contracted to do pest control on military bases.
Despite having the nickname “the exterminator,” DeLay did not try to exterminate wasteful spending when in power.
Exterminator (The), Montbars, chief of a set of filibusters in the seventeenth century.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1|The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
Sometimes they are enemies who must be immolated to Mars the exterminator.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 5 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
The destroyer of enemies,” “the reducer of the disobedient,” “the exterminator of rebels,” “he whose sword is good.Tradition|John Francis Arundell
At one of these avenues would enter the exterminator of my honor and my life.Wieland; or The Transformation|Charles Brockden Brown
Exterminator and his rider were roundly applauded upon their return to the stand.History of the Kentucky Derby, 1875-1921|John Lawrence O'Connor
Word Origin and History for exterminator
c.1400, "an angel who expells (people from a country)," from Late Latin exterminator, from Latin exterminatus, past participle stem of exterminare (see exterminate). As a substance for ridding a place of rats, etc., by 1848. As a person whose job it is to do this, by 1938.