noun worm·hole \ˈwərm-ˌhōl\

: a hole or passage made by a worm

: a hole or tunnel in outer space that some people believe connects two very distant places

Full Definition of WORMHOLE

:  a hole or passage burrowed by a worm
:  a hypothetical structure of space-time envisioned as a long thin tunnel connecting points that are separated in space and time

Examples of WORMHOLE

  1. We found tiny wormholes in the potatoes.

First Known Use of WORMHOLE



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