What is another word for Caddis?

20 synonyms found


[ kˈadɪz], [ kˈadɪz], [ k_ˈa_d_ɪ_z]

Caddis is a term that describes a type of aquatic insect that is commonly used as bait by anglers. However, there are several different synonyms that can be used to describe this insect, depending on the region and type of caddis. Some of the most popular synonyms for caddis include sedge, case fly, stick fly, and rail fly. Each of these terms refers to a specific type of caddis, and can be used interchangeably depending on the context. Additionally, there are several other regional synonyms and slang terms that are used to describe caddis, but these are the most common and well-known.

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    What are the hypernyms for Caddis?

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    Usage examples for Caddis

    A hard winter doubtless commits sad havoc among the Caddis and larvae at the bottom of the river; the trout, not being able to get much fly, are then compelled to fall back on the crustaceans.
    "A Cotswold Village"
    J. Arthur Gibbs
    If the wind is in a good quarter, sport may be had; but should it be east, the trout will not leave the Caddis, with which the bed of the river is simply alive at this time.
    "A Cotswold Village"
    J. Arthur Gibbs
    The insects forming the order Trichoptera are well known in their larval condition, under the name of Caddis worms.
    "On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects"
    Sir John Lubbock

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