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bagworm

noun bag·worm \-ˌwərm\

Definition of BAGWORM

:  any of a family (Psychidae) of moths with wingless females and plant-feeding larvae that live in a silk case covered with plant debris; especially :  one (Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis) often destructive to deciduous and evergreen trees of the eastern United States

First Known Use of BAGWORM

1862

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