[ lob-wurm ]
/ ˈlɒbˌwɜrm /
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Example sentences from the Web for lobworm
The earth-worm, the lobworm, the nereis, and the leech belong to this division.
Technically described by a fisherman, this knocker is said to be "a lobworm of buxom proportions dangling from a hook."Chats on Old Copper and Brass|Fred. W. Burgess
British Dictionary definitions for lobworm
/ (ˈlɒbˌwɜːm) /
another name for lugworm Sometimes shortened to: lob
a large earthworm used as bait in fishing
Word Origin for lobworm
C17: from obsolete lob lump + worm
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