wormily
adverb /ˈwəː.mə.lɪ,ˈwɝ.mə.li/
a) In a manner reminding of a worm, with much twisting and turning.

It was not, he declares, anything connected with the cubes and caves of echoing, vaporous, wormily honeycombed mountains of madness which he crossed

b) 4 (Spring 1999), 16-18

Susan Klein’s fat, puppy-lard face began to ripple, and slowly, wormily, there emerged an ordinary looking individual who might have been seen just about anywhere.


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