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- n. A small pile of sand or soil, the end product of the breakdown of organic matter by an earthworm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cylindrical mass of earth voided by a burrowing earthworm or lugworm
- n. fossil trail of a worm
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An occasional hole-in-one sometimes brought his score down below that; an occasional wormcast or stray wind sometimes brought it up.
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 ....
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