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Spell check of worm

Correct spelling: worm

twist, writhe, sucking louse, bootstrap program, enter, insinuate, engineer, host, the ASPCA, creep, trickster, creepy-crawly, bot, slither, belly, browser, insect, hookworm, squirm, wrestle, slide, waggle, crawler, wriggle, beetle, cryptosporidium, finesse, move, turn, wrick, edge, zero, dock, reprobate, infiltrate, bend, black widow, distort, hypocrite, convolute, aphid, vaccinate, scoundrel, bedbug, the N.S.P.C.A., softie, add-on, maggot, bluebottle, sophisticate, beggar, fraud, grovel, applet, infection, bird louse, blowfly, architecture, paper tiger, curve, bloodsucker, wreathe, work in, mite, deform, ant, parasite, wind, wangle, rick, twine, pest, foist, flex, squiggle, slip, leech, compiler, vet, lackey, riffraff, plant louse, demon, weed, dirt ball, finagle, pygmy, scum, cooties, louse, wiggle, biting louse, wretch, computer program, crawl, get, spay, lice, snake, wrench, grub, boll weevil, neuter, work, client, fix, yes man, swindler, make, sneak, brute, sprain, repetition, larva, sharper, bee, twist around, pervert, flea, castrate, doormat, chameleon, assembler, bug, inch.

Examples of usage:

1) The wild dove has its nest, and the worm a clod of earth, Each man a country, but the Pole a grave! - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Dalenbagh, of the American Geographical Society, and of the " Worm Diggers' Union," polly- like, also repeated this charge. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) The Ancient Maiden was a book- worm, and devoured everything she heard of; but only with a determination to tear it to pieces, for of course no one could hope to amuse or instruct a lady of forty- five, who not only knew everything worth knowing already, but who had taught school in her younger days on the strength of a certificate ranging from ninety- eight to ninety- nine. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.