Definition of Bagworms

1. Noun. (plural of bagworm) ¹



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Definition of Bagworms

1. bagworm [n] - See also: bagworm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bagworms

bagsied
bagsing
bagsy
bagsying
baguet
baguets
baguette
baguettes
baguio
baguios
bagwash
bagwashes
bagwig
bagwigs
bagworm
bagworms (current term)
bah
bahada
bahadas
bahadur
bahadurs
bahaha
bahamas
bahar
bahars
bahia coquilla
bahianite
bahnung

Literary usage of Bagworms

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1. Missouri Botanical Garden Bulletin by Missouri botanical garden (1913)
"Chief among these are the bagworms. During the fall and winter the small bags hanging in thousands from the trees in the city are objects readily visible to ..."

2. Moths and Butterflies by Mary Cynthia Dickerson (1901)
"It is said that in Ceylon the natives believe that these bagworms, in some previous existence, were persons who stole kindling wood and are now punished by ..."

3. 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (& Yourself) by Rick Weinzierl (1999)
"... such as: bagworms Cabbage looper Diamondback moth European com borer in com Fall webworm Gypsy moth Imported cabbage worm Mimosa webworm Spring and fall ..."

4. Manual of Experimental Botany by Frank Owen Payne (1912)
"Procure twigs on which bagworms have hung their cocoons and make an examination of the point about which the web was fastened. How does it compare with the ..."

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