- n. Plural form of bookworm.
“But perhaps the most profound shift behind the dying breed of bookworms is that Americans have less time - and a shrinking tolerance for solitude.”
“The insects known as bookworms are the larvæ of several sorts of beetles, most commonly perhaps of _Antobium domesticum_ and _Niptus hololencus_.”
“The store is one of the few places where movie stars of all stripes mingle with bookworms.”
“Before I finished reading the review, it had been re-tweeted by people like Maria Popova (@brainpicker) Maud Newton (@maudnewton) Macy Halford (@bookbench) Edward Champion (@drmabuse) These are the unsung heros of book publishing, the taste-makers, the true bookworms.”
“You may have started a "restocking revolution" among literaries and bookworms alike!”
“It's an honest representation of who they are -- tea-loving bookworms who like gentle pop songs.”
“And it's not just because our family is full of voracious bookworms.”
“For all their "grass is something you smoke/birds are something you shag/take your Year in Provence/and shove it up your ass", urban class warrior schtick of yore - both 'I Spy' and inevitable teary-eyed finale 'Common People' sound doubly venomous in Hyde Park - the band that provided both soundtrack and context for a generation of outsiders, bookworms, introverts and geeks are more part of the establishment today than they've ever been.”
“Because they had been bookworms and nerds all through high school and college, just to meet medical school entry requirements.”
“As memory has it, I was one of those bookworms as a young man, focused and always writing hundreds of notes about things that I felt were important.”
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