It is this vermicular insignificance of the gossip that makes his detection so difficult, and gives him his security.
There is no telling how vermicular are the wrigglings of mean souls.
The vermicular pieces that pass through are cut to the proper lengths, and dried.
His ccum has a vermicular appendix, which is not the case in any other ape, nor is the neck of the colon so long as in the latter.
vermicular: worm-like, tortuous: resembling the tracks of a worm.
It facilitates the movements of the intestines upon each other during their vermicular, or worm-like action.
Gale describes a torc found near Old Verulam in 1748, as "a wreathed or vermicular ornament, being a solid chain of gold."
The animals are vermicular, some naked, others inhabiting shelly tubes.
No animal of the vermicular or serpentine kind is crested but the most formidable of all.
Such is the traditionary hypothesis of the vermicular ridges of the sand on the shore of the sea.
vermicular ver·mic·u·lar (vər-mĭk'yə-lər)
Having the shape or motion of a worm.
Caused by or relating to worms.