Mr. Stiffson's bugbear in life was lest he should over-sleep.
I laughed at his bugbear and flung Colonel Corkran in his teeth.
The tie of blood—one flag, one crown, one destiny—Wellgood suspected his bugbear in every one of these cries.
The chest was soon filled with quilts and that bugbear was gone from her life.
Things that previously I fled from, I now seek; things once my bugbear, are now the objects of my delight.
We hear of the prevention of unemployment, the removal of the bugbear of "losing the job."
What is a bugbear to the many is often a contemptible reptile to the few.
The state prison was only a bugbear then; but his father meant to do something.
The music was a bugbear to her, because it prevented her from saying what was on her own mind.
See to it, I pray, that my name don't become a bugbear in the village.