bookworm[ boo k-wurm ]SEE DEFINITION OF bookworm
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Because she has to live with old Vedder who is nothing but a bookworm.
He was something of a bookworm at college, I believe, and has developed a taste for literature.
For the rest, he was a bookworm and revelled in intellectual pursuits.
The Bookworm's an uninteresting grub, Whether he's all alone or in a club.
This old fellow is Mac, the bookworm, called Worm for short.
And, bookworm as you are, I'll warrant she'll warm your sluggish blood for you.
He shrugs his shoulders; he is no bookworm; he wants autographs alone.
I suppose I was meant for a bookworm, and yet I didn't like school.
While she should read well and wisely, the girl should not turn into a bookworm.
I became too mere a bookworm in India, and on my voyage home.