Ditto the kind of people who let garbage pile up undisposed of (and don't or can't call an exterminator).
An exterminator, Dill took a job in Iraq for a company contracted to do pest control on military bases.
And a rubbing alcohol/lavender oil mix works only as a short-term defense to buy time until the exterminator comes.
Despite having the nickname “the exterminator,” DeLay did not try to exterminate wasteful spending when in power.
Cook as an exterminator of the human species seemed too glittering a novelty.
Sometimes they are enemies who must be immolated to Mars the exterminator.
What would the Black Spider need to do to escape her exterminator?
Now, apparently, he was being pressed into service as an exterminator.
When the master takes us to kill the snails in the box borders, I do not always scrupulously fulfil my office as an exterminator.
At one of these avenues would enter the exterminator of my honor and my life.
c.1400, "an angel who expells (people from a country)," from Late Latin exterminator, from Latin exterminatus, past participle stem of exterminare (see exterminate). As a substance for ridding a place of rats, etc., by 1848. As a person whose job it is to do this, by 1938.