verminous

[adj] - of the nature of vermin
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Verminous

Ver'min·ous adjective [ Latin verminosus , from vermis a worm: confer French vermineux .] 1. Tending to breed vermin; infested by vermin. « Some . . . verminous disposition of the body.» Harvey. 2. Caused by, or arising from the prese...
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verminous

adjective of the nature of vermin; very offensive or repulsive
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verminous

(vur´mĭ-nәs) pertaining to, due to, or abounding in worms or in vermin.
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Verminous

• (a.) Caused by, or arising from the presence of, vermin; as, verminous disease. • (a.) Tending to breed vermin; infested by vermin.
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verminous

Type: Term Pronunciation: ver′mi-nŭs Definitions: 1. Relating to, caused by, or infested with worms, larvae, or vermin. Synonyms: verminal
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