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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

- face in a technique called "vermiculation" (vermiculate rustication or vermicular rustication), so called from the Latin vermiculus meaning "little worm"...
- superficial. Michael Hofmann scathingly attacks Zweig's work. Hofmann uses the term "vermicular dither” to refer to a p****age attributed to Zweig and quoted...
- verbosity vermis verm- worm vermeil, vermian, vermicelli, vermicide, vermicular, vermiculate, vermiculation, vermicule, vermiculite, vermiculose, vermiculture...
- the flatness, the abstractions typical of iconographical paintings, the vermicular style, etc. are all there. Moreover, they not only look like icons, they...
- the outset. It cannot be worked delicately. It lends itself to gigantism, solidity, and this sort of rusticationvermicular, that is, it’s in the form...
- arise, float, flutter, and sink amid mist, clouds, swirls, drips, and vermicular coils of brushstrokes; each image with its poetic cycles of life represents...
- the first to the last edition, the work increases in seven the number of chapters. The novel presents a vermicular structure and contains an introduction...
- wide range of colours, with the rest of the front face decorated in the "vermicular" style, with the space between the figure filled with scrolling motifs...
- the flank, with the red ear as the last characteristic to emerge. The vermicular bars of the adult plumage are absent at the nape and crown, and are more...