from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A nest built by a colony of termites underground, aboveground (usually as a mound), or in a tree, or an artificial nest used to house termites in a laboratory.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A termitary; a nest or mound made by termites, or white ants.
- noun A cage or vessel for studying termites under artificial conditions.
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- noun A
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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.