I've had a horrible time, sleeping out of doors and in verminous lodging-houses, with the police after me at every turn.
The vessel was verminous, the food was bad, and the heat was oppressive.
She shuddered as if some verminous thing had been held up to her gaze.
You never saw such a verminous tangled mess in all your life.
In the walls of the verminous aneurism one not unfrequently finds all the pathological changes exhibited by atheroma in man.
They were dirty and verminous, and spread infectious diseases.
Months afterward some of them came back, emaciated and utterly worn out, ragged and verminous, broken in all but spirit.
They have been known to enter human dwellings, removing all the verminous insects contained therein.
On the average, nine palisade worms go to a verminous aneurism, and eleven in the horse.
I shall only remark, that worms, and all verminous diseases, very evidently owe their origin to the nature of their food.
verminous ver·min·ous (vûr'mə-nəs)
Of, relating to, or caused by vermin.
Infested with vermin.