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[mass noun] The practice of eating insects, especially by people.
- ‘He says entomophagy is a more environmentally friendly practice.’
- ‘To be sure, many Eastern and African cultures practice entomophagy - some bugs are even considered delicacies - but for the most part, creepy crawlies are off the dinner plate.’
- ‘Older students are learning about entomophagy too.’
- ‘Now, after years of experimenting with entomophagy (that's bug-eating to you), he presents the results with relish… or at least a light cream sauce.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.