- n. Plural form of whort.
“Roses passing sweet, like unto our musk roses in form; raspises; a berry which we call whorts, good and wholesome to eat.”
“In the West of England they are popularly called "whorts," and they ripen about the time of St. James 'Feast,”
“When I was a little gell I used to zet in the 'eather gatherin' the whorts, an 'me little mouth all black wi' eatin 'them.”
“Finally the old woman laid before the children a huge pan full of stewed whorts; and as there were no plates left, nor as much as a saucer to be produced, they just helped themselves with their spoons out of the pan and ate as much as they wanted, which, after the porridge and trout, was not a very great deal.”
“There'll be nuts and blackberries, and whorts, and pig-nuts, and mushrooms.”
“Pity it isn't later, for then there'd be plenty of blackberries and whorts.”
“[whorts, whortleberries] and such trash; but an excellent harbor for all weathers.”
“KATE (Miss Rachel Lea Varian, she tells forkings for baschfel-lors, under purdah of card palmer teaput tosspot Madam d’Elta, during the pawses), kook-and-dishdrudge, whitch believes wan-thingthats, whouse be the churchyard or whorts up the aasgaars, the show must go on.”
“Smith's visit as "Sandy" cape, he says "is only a headland of high hills of sand, overgrown with shrubbie pines, hurts [whorts, whortleberries] and such trash; but an excellent harbor for all weathers.”
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I have in mind the worts associated with a green thumb rather than a green beer - but as you can see by the name, I'll accept anything you have to offer.
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