But rather than be a deer or a frog or a bookworm, I want to be your best friend.
The bookworm's an uninteresting grub, Whether he's all alone or in a club.
The bookworm lost his restlessness at night entirely here, and no longer read strange books in his sleep.
For the rest, he was a bookworm and revelled in intellectual pursuits.
I was a bookworm then, but when I came to know it, I woke among the butterflies.
I became too mere a bookworm in India, and on my voyage home.
Did Solomon or somebody affirm The early reed-bird catches the bookworm?
I do little in these gloomy days but read—am becoming quite a bookworm.
The old man never recovered power of speech while we were with him, and he shook hands with the bookworm and me automatically.
From this it appears that Graetz was not a recluse nor a bookworm.