To worm something out of somebody is to get information from someone which they are trying to keep secret.
Examples of use:
1. He didn’t want to tell his mother where his new trainers were, but she wormed it out of him.
2. The police managed to worm a confession out of him.
3. They didn’t want to tell us where they were going on their honeymoon, but we wormed it out of them.
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Can you use this phrasal verb in a sentence.
Has somebody managed to worm a secret out of you?
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