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vermicular Line breaks: ver¦micu|lar
Pronunciation: /vəˈmɪkjʊlə/

Definition of vermicular in English:

adjective

1Like a worm in form or movement; vermiform.
2Denoting or caused by intestinal worms.

Origin

Late 17th century: from medieval Latin vermicularis, from Latin vermiculus, diminutive of vermis 'worm'.

Words that rhyme with vermicular

auricular, curricula, curricular, diverticula, funicular, lenticular, navicular, particular, perpendicular, vehicular

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