adjective, worm·i·er, worm·i·est.
- worms, diet of,
- wormseed oil,
- worn out,
- worn to a frazzle,
Origin of wormy
Examples from the Web for wormy
I pick from a step-ladder, and sort into three classes: windfalls, wormy, and perfect.
After the apples grew large enough, if wormy they fell, and the hogs ate the apples and the worms also.
I pick my apples by hand from a step-ladder, and sort into two classes—sound, wormy and windfalls.
When the nut is brought and cracked it is found to be wormy and bitter.
And when their heaven opened, and a few beams of the real sun penetrated to a wormy brain, then they believed in hell!Stories and Pictures|Isaac Loeb Peretz