flyblew

flyblow

[flahy-bloh]
verb (used with object), flyblew, flyblown, flyblowing.
1.
to deposit eggs or larvae on (meat or other food).
noun
2.
one of the eggs or young larvae of a blowfly, deposited on meat or other food.

Origin:
1550–60; fly2 + blow2

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flyblow (ˈflaɪˌbləʊ)
 
vb , -blows, -blowing, -blew, -blown
1.  (tr) to contaminate, esp with the eggs or larvae of the blowfly; taint
 
n
2.  (usually plural) the egg or young larva of a blowfly, deposited on meat, paper, etc

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