Caddis



a kind of woolen braid, ribbon, or tape.
caddisworm.
Historical Examples

The Life of the Fly J. Henri Fabre
Field and Hedgerow Richard Jefferies
Pond and Stream Arthur Ransome
The Life of the Fly J. Henri Fabre
Among the Pond People Clara Dillingham Pierson
The Life of the Fly J. Henri Fabre
The Life of the Fly J. Henri Fabre
The Little Minister J. M. Barrie
The Life of the Fly J. Henri Fabre
Among the Pond People Clara Dillingham Pierson

noun
a type of coarse woollen yarn, braid, or fabric
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    any of numerous aquatic insects constituting the order Trichoptera, having two pairs of membranous, often hairy wings and superficially resembling moths. Historical Examples Harper’s Young People, October 5, 1880 Various



  • Caddisworm

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