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  • noun Plural form of worrit.

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Examples

  • It strikes me as 'ow it' ud be the proper thing for you to draw your jib, douse the glim, an 'turn in, seein' as 'ow it worrits you.

    THE MAN WITH THE GASH

  • Pantechniconloads of beautiful girls fling themselves at the main guy, Rand, and he worrits and ponders which of them, or which several of them, he fancies the most.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Pantechniconloads of beautiful girls fling themselves at the main guy, Rand, and he worrits and ponders which of them, or which several of them, he fancies the most.

    Robert Jordan, Wheel of Time 5: The Fires of Heaven (1993)

  • In their new books they have both (Grass more strikingly than Böll) turned into what in my childhood were called 'worrits.'

    Hangovers

  • However, these are at least distinguished worrits.

    Hangovers

  • I'm worrited about your life because it worrits Maggie, but I'm none worrited that bad I'll see my business suffer for the sake of you.

    Hobson's Choice

  • There's only one thing worrits me a bit: I wish the lad had

    T. Tembarom

  • It strikes me as 'ow it' ud be the proper thing for you to draw your jib, douse the glim, an 'turn in, seein' as 'ow it worrits you.

    The Man With the Gash

  • He does prounce on a mail bag one evenin 'when the post-master ain't lookin', an 'shore rends an' worrits them letters scand'lous.

    Wolfville Nights

  • I have not the most remote notion what trouble it can be that worrits a poor little lass, but, such as it is,

    Girls of the Forest

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