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Carelessness in worming was an unpardonable offence in the days of slavery, and was frequently punished with great severity.
"I little like that smoke, which you may see worming up along the rock above the canoe," interrupted the abstracted scout.
THE LAST OF THE MOHICANSJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
Phil could hear Quade frantically worming himself ahead, and he wondered achingly if it would lead anywhere.
The Kid ducked down and out of the car, worming his way around the building that concealed them.
POLICE YOUR PLANETLESTER DEL REY
He had guessed it, with his own cunning, after worming certain data out of a man who accompanied the lofty personage.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
Half an hour's strenuous and cautious worming, and a thin trickle of light glimmered ahead.
He came very cautiously, it was true, worming his way along the ground silently, in true Indian—or Texas style.
A CADET'S HONORUPTON SINCLAIR
That limousine utterly routed the tiny little qualm which had been furtively worming into Arlee's thrill of adventure.
THE PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWSMARY HASTINGS BRADLEY
The furtive pain was bolder now; Billy felt it worming deeper and deeper into his sorry consciousness.
THE PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWSMARY HASTINGS BRADLEY
The screw below them rushed round, worming its angry way through the long quiet waves.

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