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cutworm

noun cut·worm \-ˌwərm\

Definition of CUTWORM

:  any of various smooth-bodied chiefly nocturnal noctuid moth caterpillars which often feed on young plant stems near ground level

First Known Use of CUTWORM

1816
May 28, 2015
fictioneer Hear it
someone who writes fiction
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