vermiculate


ver·mic·u·late

adjective \-lət\

Definition of VERMICULATE

2
:  full of worms :  worm-eaten
3
a :  vermiform
b :  marked with irregular fine lines or with wavy impressed lines <a vermiculate nut>
ver·mic·u·la·tion \-ˌmi-kyə-ˈlā-shən\ noun

Variants of VERMICULATE

ver·mic·u·late or ver·mic·u·lat·ed \-ˌlā-təd\

Origin of VERMICULATE

Latin vermiculatus, from vermiculus
First Known Use: 1605

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