from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A nest built by a colony of termites. Also called termitary.
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- n. A termite colony.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A termitary; a nest or mound made by termites, or white ants.
- n. A cage or vessel for studying termites under artificial conditions.
When you tire of tolerating the troll trash trust the true tribesman to thrust the tenacious tergiversation of the tormentor of our terpsichorean teacher You been doing a good job of dancing around the fool to the termitarium to which he resides.
People moved through the place as if through the cross-section of a termitarium under glass.
These are always found in every perfect termitarium.
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