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Caddis meaning

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Caddis - examples of usage

  1. It put us in mind of the caddis worms which we had seen in ponds in England. - "On the Banks of the Amazon", W.H.G. Kingston.
  2. For the brook, wherewith he had been familiar from his callow childhood, and wherein he was wont to quest for water- newts, and tadpoles, and caddis- worms, and other game, this brook, which afforded him very often scanty space to dabble in, and sometimes starved the cresses, was now coming down in a great brown flood, as if the banks never belonged to it. - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor", R. D. Blackmore.
  3. Many of us must have resembled fully- equipped pedlars or super- caddis- worms carrying their houses on their backs, but in our case these were not composed of sticks or dead leaves, but provisions, gramophones, mandolines, pots, kettles, etc. - "'Brother Bosch', an Airman's Escape from Germany", Gerald Featherstone Knight.
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