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worm's–eye

adjective \ˈwərmz-ˌī\

Definition of WORM'S-EYE

:  seen from ground level or from the lowest levels of a hierarchy <the bird's-eye view of the executive and the worm's–eye view of the employee — Current Biography>

First Known Use of WORM'S-EYE

1908

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