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  • adjective Without worms.


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worm +‎ -less


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  • Trees and shrubs in wormless places depend on litter for food.

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  • The best, like Del Maguey ($65 - $210), are wormless and taste smoky.

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  • The best, like Del Maguey ($65 - $210), are wormless and taste smoky.


  • A still more efficacious method of protection is to enclose the allotment with barbed wire-wormless.

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  • By your method, a style of wormless cider is constructed that would not fool anyone.


  • Here, near Pittsfield, is the birthplace of the only original wormless dried apple pie, with which we generally insult our gastric economy when we lunch along the railroad.


  • These pies, when properly kiln-dried and rivetted, with German silver monogram on top, if fitted out with Yale time lock, make the best fire and burglar-proof wormless pies of commerce.


  • Turns out that the early bird didn't have more than the rest of us wormless ones, except for this:

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  • "The people playing host to live worms tolerated the gluten challenge and fared better on the tests compared to the wormless control subjects," said Dr Daveson from Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital. | Top Stories

  • On the wormless ABC1 version of the VP debate, Palin did better than expected, although plenty have been unkind enough to point out that expectations were pretty low.

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