wormcast

NOUN
  1. fossil trail of a worm
  2. cylindrical mass of earth voided by a burrowing earthworm or lugworm
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  • And the shade of meaning, the limited qualification, that a Frenchman or Englishman can attain with a mere twist of the sentence, the German must either abandon or laboriously overstate with some colossal wormcast of parenthesis .... Anticipations Of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human life and Thought
  • An occasional hole-in-one sometimes brought his score down below that; an occasional wormcast or stray wind sometimes brought it up. Anything You Can Do ...
  • Wormcast has been ‘processed’ by our worker earthworms which humify the soil enabling the nutrients within the soil to be made available to the plants but slowly released.
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