Antonyms for wormed

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He had wormed this fact out of her by that time because Flora had got tired of evading the question.

Of course, before she was a day older she wormed it all out of me.

We could hear the crackling of the fire, and wormed forward like caterpillars.

May Dacre had wormed from him his secret, and worked with energy in his cause.

A few feet further he wormed his way, now crawling on all fours.

She wormed out of the besotted wretch the secrets of our Order.

With feminine 49persistence she wormed a few more facts from Ernest.

Or tell him I wormed it out of you, which is just about what I did do.

You wormed your own fear into my heart and broke my courage.

I wormed it out of Brenton, in the end, in spite of his growling.