a large sombre-hued prominent moth, Stauropus fagi, that when at rest resembles dead leaves. The modified thoracic legs of the larva, carried curled over its body, look like a lobster’s claw
noun 1. (sometimes lowercase) lobster cooked in a thick seasoned cream sauce made with sherry or brandy. /ˈnjuːbɜːɡ/ noun 1. lobster cooked in a rich cream sauce flavoured with sherry
noun 1. a trap for catching lobsters, typically a box made of wooden slats with a funnellike entrance to the bait. noun 1. a round basket or trap made of open slats used to catch lobsters
noun 1. lobster salad served on a frankfurter roll or the like.
noun, Informal. 1. Also called lobster trick. (def 2). 2. . noun phrase A working shift beginning about midnight [1920s+ Newspaper office; perhaps fr lobster, ”fool, dupe,” found by 1896]