Definition of Ettercap

1. attercop [n -S] - See also: attercop



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ettercap

etourdi
etourdie
etoxeridine
etozolin
etranger
etrangers
etravirine
etrenne
etrennes
etretinate
etrier
etriers
ets
ett
etter pike
ettercap (current term)
ettercaps
ettin
ettins
ettle
ettled
ettler
ettles
ettling
ettringite
ettringites
etude
etudes
etui
etuis

Literary usage of Ettercap

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1. Stray Leaves from a Border Garden by Mary Pamela (Ellis) Milne-Home (1901)
"To-day Boy and I saw a tiny crimson spider. I like the old Scotch name for a spider—ettercap. It seems to be quite gone out of use, at least here. ..."

2. The Reader's Handbook of Allusions, References, Plots and Stories by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1889)
"The ettercap i« the poison-spider ... AJ 'twin wt« Will and Tarnt The an« Ba perfect ettercap. Toe libere Jiut a lamh. W. Miller. /Tirar* «i «»a. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1822)
"replied Master ettercap. " Shake all out, and take in three fresh reefs—Lie out—reef away !" " Ay, яу, sir !" cried the midshipman ; and the captain of the ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1827)
"... more anxiety than I do in the way o' sympathy at this present time, on account o' the enormities of the law, which Caption, the ettercap, is mustering, ..."

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