Examples of maggot in a Sentence
The rotten meat was infested with maggots.
the last maggot he got in his head resulted in a disastrous extramarital affair
Recent Examples of maggot from the Web
In one case, a patient’s leg had to be amputated after an infection in his foot went untreated for so long his toes turned black and attracted maggots.
Just like no one honestly believes that Millie Bobby Brown bullies gay men by sliding into their texts and dropping f-bombs (the one that rhymes with maggots).
Look for jig-maggot rigs to heat up, followed by a variety of bright flies, including egg patterns, streamers and sucker spawn.
Cheese is vulnerable to mold, rot, and maggots, not to mention pitfalls like excess salt.
His body is very dead, and a lot of it is sitting inside a maggot's belly.
One possible pest is onion maggots: 1/3-inch-long white, legless larvae that travel in line from one bulb to the next and burrow upwards to feed on the stems.
Swanson Funeral Home in Flint was closed in July after maggots were found on the floor of a garage where unrefrigerated bodies were stored.
Bait fishermen are casting spawn sacks, minnows, small lead-head jigs tipped with maggots or waxworms and small plastic lures.
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MAGGOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of maggot for English Language Learners
: an insect that looks like a small worm and that is a young form of a fly
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