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caddisPart of speech: Noun Part of speech: Noun Usage examples "caddis":
- He encountered Mr. Caddis, and it was an encounter. - "One of Our Conquerors, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
- Many small creatures such as caddis- worms will eat the ova, and therefore a careful watch should be kept upon the hatching trays as it is marvellous how such creatures find their way in, in spite of all precautions. - "Amateur Fish Culture", Charles Edward Walker.
- All may- flies, dragon- flies, and caddis- flies, many beetles and two- winged flies, and a few moths thus divide their life- story between the water and the air. - "The Life-Story of Insects", Geo. H. Carpenter.