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Definition of Vermicular work

Vermicular work
Vermiculated Ver*mic"u*la`ted, a. Made or marked with irregular wavy lines or impressions; vermiculate. Vermiculated work, or Vermicular work (Arch.), rustic work so wrought as to have the appearance of convoluted worms, or of having been eaten into by, or covered with tracks of, worms. --Gwilt.

Meaning of Vermicular work from wikipedia

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