Worm-eaten

Worm"-eat`en

(?), a. 1. Eaten, or eaten into, by a worm or by worms; as, worm-eaten timber.
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Concave as a covered goblet, or a worm-eaten nut.
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2. Worn-out; old; worthless. [R.] Sir W. Raleigh.
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-- Worm"-eat`en*ness, n. [R.] Dr. John Smith.
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