Definition of Booklice

1. Noun. (plural of booklouse) ¹



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Definition of Booklice

1. booklouse [n] - See also: booklouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Booklice

bookjacket
bookjackets
bookkeep
bookkeeper
bookkeepers
bookkeeping
bookkeepings
bookkeeps
bookkept
bookland
booklands
bookless
booklessness
booklet
booklets
booklice (current term)
booklight
booklights
booklike
bookling
booklings
booklist
booklists
booklore
booklores
booklouse
booklover
booklovers
booklung
booklungs

Literary usage of Booklice

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1. How to Recognize and Eliminate Silverfish, Beetles, Cockroaches, Moths by Thomas A. Parker (1991)
"By removing the paper products from these moist environments, the mold conditions will cease and the booklice will be eliminated. CARPET BEETLES Feeding of ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"... earwigs and booklice, according to G. Enderlein and C. Borner (1904), and they are very evident in larval may-flies. The number of limb-bearing somites ..."

3. The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature (1894)
"It was thought booklice were the parasites of bookworms. We placed worms and lice together in a tight enclosure. After waiting a few moments we opened the ..."

4. The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation by James William Tutt, Malcolm Burr (1890)
"... the use of the term Neuroptera in a very restricted sense, excluding the mayflies as Ephemeroptera, putting the booklice and their allies a? ..."

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