blindworm

[n] - small burrowing legless European lizard with tiny eyes
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Blindworm

Blind'worm` noun (Zoology) A small, burrowing, snakelike, limbless lizard ( Anguis fragilis ), with minute eyes, popularly believed to be blind; the slowworm; -- formerly a name for the adder. « Newts and blindworms do no wrong. Shak. »
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blindworm

Anguis fragilis noun small burrowing legless European lizard with tiny eyes; popularly believed to be blind
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Blindworm

• (n.) A small, burrowing, snakelike, limbless lizard (Anguis fragilis), with minute eyes, popularly believed to be blind; the slowworm; -- formerly a name for the adder.
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Blindworm

The blindworm or slow-worm (Anguis fragilis) is a reptile, forming a connecting link between the lizards and the snakes, perfectly snake-like in form, having no appearance of external limbs, though the bones of the shoulders and pelvis exist in a rudimentary form. They are about 30 cm long, and of nearly equal thickness throughout. Its eyes, though...
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