Midge (noun)

A small two-winged insect, often seen in large swarms.

Origin:

Derived from the middle english word 'mycge'.

Examples:

  1. The river was full of midges, making it difficult to fish.
  2. The gardener was swarmed by midges while working on the plants.
  3. The midges caused a nuisance as they kept flying into people's eyes and mouths.
  4. The scientist was studying the behavior of midges in their natural habitat.
  5. The camper tried to light a fire to keep the midges away, but it didn't work.
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