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noun as in cad

noun as in grub

Strongest match

noun as in maggot

Strongest match

Strong matches

verb as in edge

verb as in squirm

verb as in wangle

verb as in wiggle

verb as in wriggle

verb as in writhe

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Example Sentences

Trucking comes with its own bag of worms, but folks seem to believe that AV trucking has a clearer path to profitability.

The challenge here related to the “odd worms out,” which sat out reproductive cycles.

For each pair of worms, their number either stayed the same or increased by 50 percent over each 24-hour period.

The first time I heard nematode worms can teach us something about human longevity, I balked at the idea.

Surprisingly, many of these don’t ever occur in worms and other animals.

And the other is what is called a horsehair worm that overtakes the bodies of insects.

Who knew, by the way, that The Carter Center has wiped out guinea worm just about everywhere in Africa but South Sudan?

So, Grey Worm arms the slaves of Meereen, who outnumber the citizens three-to-one.

If you like mammal species from the suborder Vermilingua (meaning "worm tongue")...

It appeared The Worm had turned, even though his ignorance remained wrong side up.

Although everybody laughed at such a notion, the Worm-eating Warbler declared that he had a right to his own belief.

It was no worm that Mrs. Robin had found, but Grandfather Mole's hairless tail sticking out of the ground.

For Mrs. Robin had an end of a pinkish-white worm in her bill, on which she was tugging as hard as she could.

When he was interviewed, fearsome in manner as he was, he sent the worm away packed with ideas and phrases.

It also has an enemy, a small worm that forms in its body and gradually eats it up.


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On this page you'll find 394 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to worm, such as: boor, bounder, clown, creep, cur, and dog.

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