noun, plural ver·min.
Origin of vermin
Words nearby vermin
Example sentences from the Web for vermin
Without the beeps and whirs of a cellphone, you can use your ears to detect crickets, mice, or other vermin in your home.Aubrey Plaza’s Great Disconnect |Aubrey Plaza |August 15, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
The RIP offers a clear window into the intersection of poverty and vermin.Crowdsourcing NYC’s War on Rats |Kevin Zawacki |June 24, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
“They kept the apartment filthy and they had vermin problems,” the neighbor says.NY Couple Not Terrorists, Say Cops, Just Rich Kids With Drug Habits |Michael Daly, Lizzie Crocker |January 1, 2013 |DAILY BEAST
If you thought Frankenstorm would rid Gotham of its vermin, think again.
Sandy may actually help the vermin spread diseases, as a matter of fact.
In order to avoid unnecessary bloodshed however, he proposes a more peaceful means of ridding the German people of "these vermin."Creed And Deed |Felix Adler
Toads are among the best friends the gardener has; for they live almost exclusively on the most destructive kinds of vermin.Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million |Sarah Josepha Hale
Thanks to this precaution, there is not a trace of vermin to be found in the camp.Turkish Prisoners in Egypt |Various
Their captives must either stand, or lie down on the filthy floors, among dirt and vermin.
On lighting a match and inspecting the ruins, I came to the conclusion that the bed had been undermined by vermin—that was all.Albania |E. F. Knight