Muckworm



[muhk-wurm] /ˈmʌkˌwɜrm/

noun
1.
(not in technical use) the larva of any of several insects, as the dung beetle, which lives in or beneath manure.
2.
a miser.
/ˈmʌkˌwɜːm/
noun
1.
any larva or worm that lives in mud
2.
(informal) a miser

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