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wormy

adjective \ˈwər-mē\

: full of worms or damaged by worms

: resembling a worm

worm·i·erworm·i·est

Full Definition of WORMY

1
:  containing, abounding in, or infested with or as if with worms <wormy flour> <a wormy dog>; also :  damaged by worms :  worm-eaten <wormy timbers>
2
:  resembling or suggestive of a worm

First Known Use of WORMY

15th century

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