seaworm


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seaworm

(ˈsiːˌwɜːm)
n
(Animals) a marine worm
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David was given Seaworm Sundae for dessert - a sundae glass filled with live beach worms.
Between them, they wolfed down a giant cricket, a seaworm sundae and a drink of blended cockroaches, crickets and mealworms - as well as the "rubbery" pig delicacy.
Clam and seaworm rigs will be bringing home limits of this gourmet treat any time now.
And it gleamed the color of old tusks; it held the spilth of continental seedbed, gastropod and brachiopod and seaworm and sea lily, and vertebrae of stone; and here one night of my late adolescence it made a couch for two recumbent humans, marble-limbed and languid as two figures on the lid of a sarcophagus.
"Marriage, Seaworms, and Song: Ritualized Responses to Cultural Change in Sasak Life".
A study into roundworms found 500,0000 in a single square metre of ocean floor, while currently there are 16,000 known species of seaworms.
There hath he lain for ages and will lie Battening upon huge seaworms in his sleep, Until the latter fire shall heat the deep; Then, once by man and angels to be seen, In roaring he shall rise and on the surface die.
Anglers fish for them on the bottom with mussels or seaworms.
seaworms and starfish on the ocean floor in the area.
The creative ideas of a North-East firm that produces seaworms have secured a national award with the help of UK Trade & Investment's Passport to Export programme.
Marriage, Seaworms, and Songs: Ritualized responses to cultural change in Sasak life.