from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as wormcast, 2.


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  • The office seemed much roomier than the lobby had, possibly because there were things to break the anonymous modern decor: paintings on the wall, a small black worm-track in the rug that must have been caused by a visitor's cigarette, a holo of Miller and his wife on the wide, nearly empty desk.

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  • A rectangular bar with a worm-track machined in it, and three buttons on the plastic part.

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