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Definition of Mawworm

Mawworm
Mawworm Maw"worm`, n. [Maw the belly + worm.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) Any intestinal worm found in the stomach, esp. the common round worm (Ascaris lumbricoides), and allied species. (b) One of the larv[ae] of botflies of horses; a bot.

Meaning of Mawworm from wikipedia

- Ascaris is a genus of parasitic nematode worms known as the "small intestinal roundworms", which is a type of helminth (parasitic worm). One species, Ascaris...
- to Sir Bounteous Richard Follywit, grandson to Sir Bounteous Lieutenant Mawworm & Ancient Hoboy, Follywit's cohorts Another cohort disguised as a Footman...
- Susan, Silky in Thomas Holcroft's The Road to Ruin, Bailie Nicol Jarvie, Mawworm in Isaac Bickerstaff's The Hypocrite, Marrall in Philip M****inger's A New...
- reverend mawworms who occasionally attack the Drama and its expounders, I venture to forward you this communication... These aforesaid mawworms, creaming...
- and Lancelot Gobbo. He also pla**** Aminadab Sl**** in The Serious Family, Mawworm in The Hypocrite and Tony Lumpkin. James Smith, a critic of his time, spoke...
- the 'Quaker,' Thurio in 'Two Gentlemen of Verona,' Old Hardcastle, and Mawworm. He was on 16 April 1790 the original Endless in 'No Song no Supper,' and...
- refused by Henry Woodward. The following season (1773–4) saw him promoted to Mawworm in the Hypocrite, Grumio, Varland in the West Indian, and Autolycus Mufti...
- Among the insults levelled at Bird were "saponaceous piety" and being a Mawworm. This opposition continued after the formation of the ****ociation. The...
- characters, Lubin Log in Love, Law, and Physic (James Kenney), Midas, Mawworm, Clod in The Young Quaker (O'Keeffe), Pengander in Twixt the Cup and the...
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