Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See sorrow, n., 4.
“Pon my soul it did, thin, -- it makes me happy whin sorra thing else in the wide world will comfort me," replied Pat.”
“When the people sees _that_," says the Waiver to himself, "the sorra one will dar 'for to come near me.”
“What with foxes one day, stags the next and hares the next, there's sorra a born thing they wouldn't hunt given there's smell enough in it, 'says the lad.”
“But, you see, if all our people knew that same, sorra a bit o 'money would go to the praste's pocket in comparison to what he gets now.”
“Och, but it was a sore time o 'grief whin sorra a mouthful were left for the bit childer and the ould people who were weak before wi' ould age!”
“Faith, it's sorra a ha'porth cud she course or lep these fifteen years.”
“Weary on the English hay, an sorra take the wheat!”
“And since he's in no condition to go to his shtate-room an 'unlock the ship's safe, an' sorra wan av me knows the combination, the divil a look will ye have at our papers.”
“Well, no more do I, sorra bit," confessed Mrs. McCartey serenely.”
“He sorra now!" the little man said to Johnnie Green.”
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