verb (used with object), ver·mic·u·lat·ed, ver·mic·u·lat·ing.
adjective Also ver·mic·u·lat·ed [ver-mik-yuh-ley-tid] /vərˈmɪk yəˌleɪ tɪd/.
Origin of vermiculate
Related formsver·mic·u·la·tion, nounun·ver·mic·u·lat·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for vermiculate
He regarded the thing as vermiculate, and ready to corrupt the obedience.The Elect Lady|George MacDonald
Religion itself in the hearts of the unreal, is a dead thing; what seems life in it, is the vermiculate life of a corpse.Hope of the Gospel|George MacDonald
Vermiculate: worm-like in form: a marking with wormlike tracings.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
My life seemed only a vermiculate one, a crawling about of half-thoughts-half-feelings through the corpse of a decaying existence.Wilfrid Cumbermede|George MacDonald
Some that I caught and examined closely had, as Scott says, "vermiculate marks on the back very plain and distinct."Fishing With The Fly|Charles F. Orvis and Others