caterpillar

[ kat-uh-pil-er, kat-er- ]
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The Tobacco-worm is a caterpillar of the size and figure of a silk-worm.

The caterpillar and the chrysalis belong to the embryonic period.

The caterpillar, for example, resembles the worm which is the ancestor of the insects.

Cossus, because it smells like the caterpillar, Cossus ligniperda.

The caterpillar, you mean, boy—eating out its heart and its vitals.

A shudder, and the caterpillar became as inert as if it were dead.

Abdominal segment of a caterpillar to show the position of the tubercles.

The caterpillar mask had done its work, and having done its work, must die.

The caterpillar shook his stern, and the fly made off as if it had seen a ghost.

A caterpillar was dragging its length along and she touched it with her foot.

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