Definition of Earthworms

Common misspellings:
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Examples of usage:
  1. I believe that before Don Anastacio's time a few of these wild pigs had been kept as a curiosity at the estancia and that when he came into possession he allowed them to increase and roam in herds all over the place doing much harm by rooting up many acres of the best grazing land in their search after grubs earthworms mole crickets and blind snakes along with certain roots and bulbs which they liked - Far Away and Long Ago by W. H. Hudson

  2. It is probable enough that some of the food collected by the parents may be more nutritious than the earthworms and consequently that a smaller quantity sufficed for the young in the nest than when reared under artificial conditions - The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh