Origin of locust
OTHER WORDS FROM locustlo·cust·like, adjective
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How to use locust in a sentence
When solitary locusts get together, they do more than hang out.
They started by identifying chemicals that gregarious locusts pump out.
Scientists weren’t sure what coaxed solitary migratory locusts of another species, Locusta migratoria, to congregate.
Alternatively, locusts genetically engineered to lack this 4VA detector, and thus less likely to swarm, could also be introduced into populations as a control measure.
This year, East Africa is experiencing its worst locust plague in decades.
This spring, Israel found itself in the midst of a locust invasion.Cicadas, Grasshoppers, Locusts, Ants Among the Tastiest Insects|Nina Strochlic|May 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I long for the day I no longer have to think about this pestilential little locust.
In refurbishing the park, the designers added 54 honey locust trees and one larger London Plane at the northeastern corner.
"No wonder things git pindlin' under this old locust-tree," Sophy heard him grumble.Country Neighbors|Alice Brown
Something sang in the sunny air above my head, and I flicked with my whip to drive the locust away.The Relief of Mafeking|Filson Young
Oak and walnut trees abound upon this creek, besides elm, ash, and locust.
It bears a pod similar to that of the locust, to which it is related, containing eight to twelve beans.
Say, that's why they call a policeman's club his locust, ain't it?The Banner Boy Scouts on a Tour|George A. Warren