fishing worm definition

  • noun:
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into and assists aerate soil; usually surfaces if the surface is cool or damp; used as bait by anglers
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate earth; usually surfaces if the surface is cool or wet; utilized as bait by fishermen
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into and assists aerate earth; usually surfaces once the floor is cool or damp; utilized as bait by anglers
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into helping aerate soil; frequently surfaces whenever floor is cool or wet; utilized as bait by anglers
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into helping aerate earth; frequently surfaces once the floor is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into helping aerate soil; often surfaces once the surface is cool or wet; utilized as bait by anglers
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into helping aerate earth; frequently surfaces once the floor is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers
    • terrestrial worm that burrows into and assists aerate soil; often surfaces as soon as the floor is cool or damp; used as bait by fishermen

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