Recent Examples of ladybug from the Web
Close by, Ada Nieves showed off Tabasco Chili Pepper, an 11-year-old Chihuahua sporting red sunglasses and a ladybug raincoat.
Another DeMonte piece, on the wall opposite, is a collection of good luck charms from societies all around the world: ladybugs, flowers, shamrocks, rainbows, cats.
Kids will enjoy ladybug crafts, face painting, a DJ and ladybug releases.
Slowly, the ladybugs speckled my arms and legs with a Lily Pulitzer-like pattern.
With spring just around the corner, the five-piece capsule collection is inspired by everyone's favorite insect, the ladybug.
Fancy fantasy boxes, which include 3D elephants blowing flowers out of their trunks and wide-winged ladybugs, are extra.
Kids should wear red and pink and come dressed as a ladybug for the Ladybug Costume Contest.
Just the mere thought of insects (aside from cute little ladybugs, the only exception) sends shivers down my spine and elicits that uneasy feeling most people experience when coming into contact with creepy crawlers.
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Origin and Etymology of ladybug
First Known Use: 1699See Words from the same year
LADYBUG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ladybug for English Language Learners
: a type of small flying insect that has a round red back with dark spots
LADYBUG Defined for Kids
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