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worm (your way) into/through etc something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworm (your way) into/through etc somethingworm (your way) into/through etc somethingSLOWto move through a small place or a crowd slowly, carefully, or with difficulty He wormed his way under the fence. worm
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worm (your way) into/through etc somethingBut you can bring worms into your house, too, and make your kitchen scraps disappear.Clive felt delicate feelers worming through his mind, draining his pain, his fear.Jess wormed through the crush, at last emerging into daylight.Or perhaps you've an idea that you might worm your way into my affections, is that it?
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