Noun(1) an imaginary monster used to frighten children(2) an object of dread or apprehension
(1) One of these, Francis Moore, wrote: ├ö├ç├┐A dreadful bugbear to the women is called Mumbo Jumbo, which keeps the women in awe.├ö├ç├û(2) The major bugbear for anyone involved with Hearts is the continuing problems with Tynecastle Stadium.(3) Difficulties concerning preemption have proven to be the biggest bugbear for Lewis's theory.(4) Marie-Antoinette was a Habsburg, and thus from the moment of her arrival in France in 1770 the bugbear of the Richelieu-d'Aiguillon faction, which hated the Austrian alliance.(5) Not a big bugbear , just a minor irritation with no consequences.(6) the biggest villain is that adman's bugbear, saturated fat(7) Braintree councillors are concerned the town is becoming choked with traffic since the new A120 opened and fear the problem is proving a major bugbear for local residents.(8) The trouble is that, unless he can get his squad in place early in the summer, Allardyce fears he could encounter the cold start problems that have been a major bugbear of the past two seasons.(9) Youth nuisance is the main bugbear in this town and we are working hard to stamp it out.(10) In fact, loading times are a real bugbear in Total Club Manager but this is a problem for the PlayStation 2, not the game itself.(11) Mormo was a female spectre, with which the Greeks used to frighten little children. Mormo was one of the same class of bugbears as Empusa and Lamia.(12) GPs who refuse to treat patients with drug problems or refuse to put them on methadone are one of McCartney's biggest bugbears .(13) Mermaids are supposed to abound in the ponds and ditches in this neighbourhood. Careful mothers use them as bugbears to prevent little children from going too near the water.(14) The M8's four lanes are regarded by hundreds of thousands of Scots as one of the biggest bugbears of their working lives.(15) But I shall leave those bugbears for another day.(16) Directors said rising costs, new regulations and the difficulty of raising capital are the new bugbears .
(1) bugbear :: bussemand
1. pet peeve ::
2. hobgoblin ::
3. bogeyman ::
Different Formsbugbear, bugbears
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