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  • As a matter of fact, he had in reality passed through some "worrited" times since his father's call, and his humiliation was complete.

    The Lever A Novel

  • You shall have your own way about the dinner, though we shall have triumphed over all domestic difficulties by that time, and the first lieutenant scorns the idea of being "worrited" about anything.

    The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

  • You shall have your own way about the dinner, though we shall have triumphed over all domestic difficulties by that time, and the first lieutenant scorns the idea of being "worrited" about anything.

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 1

  • Her unpleasant celebrity led to her death at the hands of her fellow-citizens who had been "worrited" by no end of queer happenings: ships had appeared just before they were wrecked and had vanished while people looked at them; men were seen walking on the water after they had been comfortably buried; the wind was heard to name the sailors doomed never to return; footsteps and voices were heard in the streets before the great were to die; one man was chased by a corpse in its coffin; another was pursued by the devil in a carriage drawn by four white horses; a young woman who had just received a present of some fine fish from her lover was amazed to see him melt into the air, and was heart-broken when she learned next morning that he had died at sea.

    Myths and Legends of Our Own Land — Volume 04 : Tales of Puritan Land

  • Sawyer and Kate come back, and were supposed to feel some great sense of relief when everyone is camp is worrited about … … Dharma Oats and getting bananas, o and a car.

    The Tail Section » Decoding the Lost Decline… A.K.A More free market research for ABC

  • Has seen the plaintive wexed and worrited by the children

    Bleak House

  • So at last my dear the Major lay in wait for Mr. Buffle, and it worrited me a good deal.

    Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy

  • So at last my dear the Major lay in wait for Mr. Buffle, and it worrited me a good deal.

    Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy

  • ‘Dear me!’ cried that unfortunate gentleman again, ‘I am worrited to that degree that I’m almost off my head.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • I was real worrited for a spell till, all at once, I found out that they was named -- yes, and I'd done it myself!

    All Aboard A Story for Girls

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