Definition of Worm:

  1. Make (a rope) smooth by winding small cordage between the strands.

  2. Treat (an animal) with a preparation designed to expel parasitic worms.

  3. A helical device or component.

  4. Any of a number of creeping or burrowing invertebrate animals with long, slender soft bodies and no limbs.

  5. Move with difficulty by crawling or wriggling.

  6. A weak or despicable person (used as a general term of contempt).

  7. Insinuate ones way into.

  8. A self-replicating program able to propagate itself across a network, typically having a detrimental effect.

  9. Type of computer virus that disrupts entire networks by very fast replication over the networked machines. It gains entry into the system usually through infected emails, and reproduces itself millions of times to fill all available disk space and to choke communication lines. It may also cause an irretrievable loss of data by altering its form or content.

Synonyms of Worm

Crawl, Move on all fours, Move on hands and knees, Pull oneself, Inch, Edge, Slither, Slide, Squirm, Wriggle, Writhe, Worm, Worm ones way, Insinuate oneself, Penetrate, Invade, Intrude on, Insinuate oneself into, Worm ones way into, Sneak into, Slip into, Creep into, Impinge on, Trespass on, Butt into, Amble, Angleworm, Animal, Armyworm, Beast, Blast, Blight, Blighter, Bollworm, Bookworm, Cancer, Canker, Claudicate, Contort, Corkscrew, Cotton worm, Crawl, Creep, Crinkle, Cur, Dog, Dogtrot, Drag, Drag along, Drag out, Dry rot, Earthworm, Earworm, Edge in, Fireworm, Fishworm, Foist, Fungus, Go dead slow, Go on tiptoe, Go slow, Grovel, Gumshoe, Helminth, Hobble, Hound, Hyena, Idle, Inch, Inch along, Inchworm, Infiltrate, Insect, Intort, Jog-trot, Laze, Leech, Limp, Looper, Lowlife, Meander, Measuring worm, Mildew, Mold, Mongrel, Mosey, Moth, Moth and rust, Mucker, Must, Nematode, Night crawler, Nightwalk, Nightwalker, No-good, Pad, Pest, Pig, Poke, Poke along, Polecat, Prowl, Pussyfoot, Reptile, Rot, Rust, Saunter, Scallop, Scrabble, Scramble, Screw, Serpent, Serpentine, Shuffle along, Sidle, Silkworm, Skunk, Slink, Smut, Snake, Sneak, Squiggle, Squirm, Stagger along, Steal, Steal along, Stroll, Swine, Swirl, Tapeworm, Tippytoe, Tiptoe, Toddle, Toddle along, Totter along, Traipse, Turn, Tussah, Twine, Twirl, Twist, Twist and turn, Varmint, Vermin, Viper, Waddle, Walk, Webworm, Whelp, Whirl, Whorl, Wiggle, Wind, Wireworm, Woodworm, Work in, Worm along, Wring, Writhe

How to use Worm in a sentence?

  1. I wormed my way along the roadside ditch.
  2. This would help identify and flush out infiltrating viruses, worms, trojans and other malicious softwares.
  3. The educated dealers may later worm their way into stockbroking.
  4. I wormed her over a course of three weeks.
  5. For many years only animals such as worms, leeches and midge larvae could survive.

Meaning of Worm & Worm Definition