spider; arachnid; arachn-(arachno-; arachni-; araneid
Out of beams and cracks came troops of beetles, ants and spiders.
There are hundreds of poisonous spiders and snakes.
Under the coating of dust and cobwebs, he discovered a fine French Louis XVI clock.
We threaded through a network of back streets.
London Zoo is running hypnosis programmes to help people overcome their fear of spiders.
Can anyone suggest a method of deterring spiders which is ecologically sound?
The spider must wait for prey to be ensnared on its web.
His gangling, awkward gait has earned him the name Spiderman.
The spider web brushed my forehead.
I should not have to live my eternity away from my little spider.
The way seemed interminable, and the streets like the black web of some sprawling spider.
She is scared of spiders.
Spiders ensnare flies and other insects in their webs.
The spider preys onsmall flies and other insects.
I think spiders and snakes are disgusting.