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n. Informal
One who litters public areas with trash.


(ˈlɪt ərˌbʌg)

a person who litters public places with trash.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.litterbug - a person who litters public places with refuse
slob, sloven, slovenly person, pig - a coarse obnoxious person
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Adrian and Paul have been on the road to educate and inform Cardiff schoolchildren about the importance of not being a litter bug and why we should recycle more.
The proposals would mean the registered owner of a vehicle has to pay a fine themselves or identify the litter bug.
Citizens who witness a litter bug in action can call 1-877-8-LITTER (877-854-8837).
And Robin, who is not paid for his litter bug patrols, says he just gets a kick out of keeping Earth tidy.
that children are out of school Let them know throwing littler away is just not cool We are all responsible for that we need to dispose Seeing litter lying around really gets up my nose Don't be a litter bug, so let's begin Be proud of our neighbourhood and put litter in the bin ALAN WATERHOUSE, Seaton Delaval.
NOBODY likes a litter bug at the best of times, but one resident was so incensed that he took to Tumblr to vent his anguish at his neighbours' antipathy to rubbish.
But then a street warden spotted him and decided to book him for being a litter bug.
As part of North Tyneside Council's efforts to reduce the borough's carbon footprint, 20 young people studying on the Prince's Trust programme at TyneMet College are visiting primary schools to perform a show, featuring the local authority's environmental mascot and his arch enemy - the Litter Bug - to almost 2,000 children this week.
She was also named and shamed as a litter bug in a local paper after council officers took her picture.
IF there is one thing I hate is a litter bug young or old, from any social or economic class.
They will also be accompanied on stage by Waldo's arch enemy, The Litter Bug.
Remember the litter bug and the slogan Keep Britain Tidy