Examples of varmint in a Sentence
rats, mice, and other varmints
The sheriff in the movie gets revenge on the dirty varmint who killed his brother.
Recent Examples of varmint from the Web
Originally introduced during the Vietnam War, the Marine Corps purchased commercial Remington Model 40X bolt-action varmint rifles with heavy barrels, slapped on a Redfield 3-9x variable power scope, and gave them the designation M40.
Time There were no ceremonies to see if a varmint sees his shadow, and snow storms are still pummeling the Northeast, but mercifully, baseball’s interminable winter is over.
One has a long barrel for use on varmints: coyotes, bobcats and foxes.
Imagine a Western in which Walter Brennan goes gunning for the varmints who bushwhacked John Wayne.
But for many ranchers, wolves—like coyotes—are regarded as varmint to be eradicated.
There are many varied models of the 700 from varmint versions to full dressed out tactical versions.
One third of the crop for the insect and diseases and one-third of the crop for the varmints - the woodchucks and the rabbits.
The varmint stunk up the place but was eventually shooed out of the house.
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son of a gun;
VARMINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of varmint for English Language Learners
: an animal that is considered a problem
: a bad person
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