Definition of Angleworms

1. Noun. (plural of angleworm) ¹



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Definition of Angleworms

1. angleworm [n] - See also: angleworm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Angleworms

anglerfish
anglerfishes
anglers
angles
angles of attack
angles of incidence
angles of reflection
angles of refraction
anglesite
anglesites
anglewing
anglewise
anglewitch
anglewitches
angleworm
angleworms (current term)
anglice
anglicise
anglicised
anglicises
anglicising
anglicisms
anglicization
anglicizations
anglicize
anglicized
anglicizes
anglicizing
anglified
anglifies

Literary usage of Angleworms

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1. Report on the Investigations Into the Purification of the Ohio River Water by George Warren Fuller, Ohio Sanitary Engineering Company (1899)
"of alumina we were enabled to see a number of angleworms moving about and ... Relative to the origin of these angleworms, it is possible in filters Nos. i ..."

2. The Boy Scouts' Year Book by Boy Scouts of America (1917)
"know how to cook even angleworms. The beautiful little birds eat them and the fish eat them and we eat the birds and fish, but the Scout who is reduced to a ..."

3. First Year Science by William Henry Snyder (1914)
"angleworms, the most important animal soil builders, channel the soil with ... Darwin estimated that the angleworms in English soil deposited one fifth of ..."

4. Michigan Bird Life: A List of All the Bird Species Known to Occur in the by Walter Bradford Barrows (1912)
"... the Pigeon fed largely upon animal substances, and particularly, if we can credit numerous observers, upon angleworms and various grubs and soft-bodied ..."

5. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1913)
"... in infected neighborhoods in angleworms, xx-hich undoubtedly ingested them with soil; hence fowl may also infect themselves by the ingestion of ..."

6. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"The second series of experiments of Friedländer consisted in excising a small (5 to 10 mm. long) piece from the abdominal nerve-cord of angleworms. ..."

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