from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The larva of the caddis-fly.
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When the newt first saw him he was devouring a caddis-worm.
"Oh, please, sir, you said there was another cousin called the caddis-worm."
Just as I have seen a caddis-worm emancipating itself from its cage, half in as a worm, half out as a fly.
"The caddis-worm builds itself different kinds of houses.
Our caddis-worm has patience, "said the old man, shaking his head and looking at
"I found a caddis-worm, with a beautifully built house, in the roots of the Water-Soldier, and I'm going to look along the edge for some shells.