wormy

Wormy - What does it mean?

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Wormy vs Worry - What's the difference?

wormy | worry |


As an adjective wormy

is of or like a worm or worms.

As a verb worry is

to seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf.

As a noun worry is

a strong feeling of anxiety.

Wordy vs Wormy - What's the difference?

wordy | wormy |


As adjectives the difference between wordy and wormy

is that wordy is using an excessive number of words while wormy is of or like a worm or worms.

Wormy vs Wormly - What's the difference?

wormy | wormly |


As adjectives the difference between wormy and wormly

is that wormy is of or like a worm or worms while wormly is of, pertaining to, or resembling a worm; wormlike.

Worky vs Wormy - What's the difference?

worky | wormy |


As adjectives the difference between worky and wormy

is that worky is (informal) of or pertaining to work; tending to be too serious about work while wormy is of or like a worm or worms.

Wormy vs Worms - What's the difference?

wormy | worms |


As an adjective wormy

is of or like a worm or worms.

As a noun worms is

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Gormy vs Wormy - What's the difference?

gormy | wormy |


As adjectives the difference between gormy and wormy

is that gormy is clumsy, awkward, ungainly, klutzy or gormy can be while wormy is of or like a worm or worms.

Taxonomy vs Wormy - What's the difference?

taxonomy | wormy |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective wormy is

of or like a worm or worms.

Wormy vs Wormish - What's the difference?

wormy | wormish | Synonyms |

Wormy is a synonym of wormish.


As adjectives the difference between wormy and wormish

is that wormy is of or like a worm or worms while wormish is like a worm.

Worminess vs Wormy - What's the difference?

worminess | wormy | Derived terms |

Worminess is a derived term of wormy.


As a noun worminess

is the quality of being wormy.

As an adjective wormy is

of or like a worm or worms.

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