Definition of Grubworms

1. Noun. (plural of grubworm) ¹



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Definition of Grubworms

1. grubworm [n] - See also: grubworm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grubworms

grubbing
grubble
grubbled
grubbles
grubbling
grubby
grublike
grubs
grubstake
grubstaked
grubstaker
grubstakers
grubstakes
grubstaking
grubworm
grubworms (current term)
grucche
grucched
grucches
grucching
grudge
grudge match
grudge matches
grudged
grudgeful
grudger
grudgeries
grudgers
grudgery
grudges

Literary usage of Grubworms

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1. An Analytical Dictionary of the English Language, in which the Words are by David Booth (1836)
"In that Science, what, in common language, are termed Maggots, Caterpillars, grubworms, &c. (according to our usual distinctions,) have the general name of ..."

2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1904)
"... than those grubworms. "We answered not the guns of the stranger, paying no more heed to them than to the barking of a sea-dog. " While below our gunners ..."

3. Appletons' Popular Science Monthly by William Jay Youmans (1896)
"... phylloxera, the woolly aphis, vine pyralis, grasshoppers, grubworms, and silkworms. Most attention is given to the phylloxera. m MR. ..."

4. The Herald's History of Los Angeles City by Charles Dwight Willard (1901)
"caught fish. The flesh was eaten raw, or nearly so. Grasshoppers and even grubworms were devoured in dry years. The Indian man looked upon himself as a ..."

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