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The animal is very wormlike in form; and although the shell is so small, yet all the internal organs are enclosed by it.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Rings of muscle cause wormlike movements of the bowels, and so propel forward food and waste.
"Ih dien mien, ih dien mien," shouted one, as he held out a huge blue bowl of white wormlike strings and a couple of chopsticks.
He named it vermiculatus, owing to the "wormlike" appearance of its markings.
BASS, PIKE, PERCH, AND OTHERSJAMES ALEXANDER HENSHALL
Two unequal branches of the early wormlike organisms shrank into strong protective shells.
Adelochorda—marine wormlike creatures having a notochord in the anterior of the body, and gill slits, both persistent; 2.
The wormlike thread of men wound round picquet after picquet, and throttled the sentries on the glacis, and at the gate.
It usually remains motionless, lying on its side, or else displays its drowsy activity merely by feeble, wormlike movements.
Vermiculate: worm-like in form: a marking with wormlike tracings.
This is often more elongated than in the figure and more or less wormlike in appearance.
STUDIES IN SPERMATOGENESISNETTIE MARIA STEVENS

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