vermiculation

[n] - a decoration consisting of wormlike carvings
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Vermiculation

Ver·mic`u·la'tion noun [ Latin vermiculatio a being worm-eaten.] 1. The act or operation of moving in the manner of a worm; continuation of motion from one part to another; as, the vermiculation , or peristaltic motion, of the intestines. 2. The act of vermiculating, or ...
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vermiculation

1. The act or operation of moving in the manner of a worm; continuation of motion from one part to another; as, the vermiculation, or peristaltic motion, of the intestines. ... 2. The act of vermiculating, or forming or inlaying so as to resemble the motion, track, or work of a worm. ... 3. Penetration by worms; the state of being wormeaten. ... 4....
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vermiculation

noun a decoration consisting of wormlike carvings
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vermiculation

(vәr-mik″u-la´shәn) wormlike movement. peristalsis.
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Vermiculation

• (n.) The act of vermiculating, or forming or inlaying so as to resemble the motion, track, or work of a worm. • (n.) Penetration by worms; the state of being wormeaten. • (n.) A very fine wavy crosswise color marking, or a patch of such markings, as on the feathers of birds. • (n.) The act or operation of moving in the manner ...
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vermiculation

Type: Term Pronunciation: ver-mik′yū-lā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A wormlike movement, as in peristalsis.
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Vermiculation

Decorative masonry surface with shallow channels
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