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/.
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Origin of vermiculate
OTHER WORDS FROM vermiculatever·mic·u·la·tion, nounun·ver·mic·u·lat·ed, adjective
Words nearby vermiculate
Example sentences 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