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“She looked at him with her well-known, well-loved face from Spur and Town and Country, only a little the worse for drink, only a little the worse for bed, but Town and Country never showed those good breasts and those useful thighs and those lightly small-of-back caressing hands, and as he looked and saw her well known pleasant smile, he felt death come again.”
“I knew things hadtaken a turn for the worse when Grandma stood up in church and yelled, “I have to goto the bathroom!””
“I will be thought the worse layabout in the world if I am not about my queenly business soon.”
“Back on the miasmic ground we slept, made all the worse by stones of all sizes in divers places and of course the constant wet of the ground.”
“By the time I reached that generous lady the berry was the worse for its journey, and so was I.”
“To this I replied, that all the while that I had been serving God and the King over-seas, and also after my return, the serjeants of the King of France and the King of Navarre had destroyed and impoverished my people; so that I and they should be the worse for it for all time to come.”
“Then a field hand from Timberrock Keep, somewhat the worse for drink, stood up to announce that soon enough there will be an heir at Timberrock Keep.”
“There were three Snakefeet with Lord Regapisk, all clinging to his chariot, all looking blackened and the worse for wear.”
“[Aside to AGRIPPA] He were the worse for that, were he a horse;”
“Her three visitors on this first meeting were a little the worse for wear by the time she vouchsafed her presence, as she had kept us waiting an hour, ably and liberally refreshing ourselves at the assiduous hands of Milton Greene.”
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notanotherjazzpoet had a very promising list which appears to have petered out. Yes, tosspots: descriptions of being drunk. Walk five metres on the white line then leave your suggestions right here.
Looking for tweets for the worse.