from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Nonstandard Worse.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. worse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Worse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An old and redundant comparative of worse.
The term worser has gone out of use; but lesser is stilt retained.
Lots of people still celebrate the silly hallmark holiday, and in worser ways than one might think.
For worse or "worser" the rightward drift of the Israeli electorate underlies a deep disenchantment, resentment and apprehension with the state of its external security embodied by the troika of terror that Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran pose to Israel's security.
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That makes you "worser" than Barack Obama, the devil, and the government.
The better nature is masculine and the "worser" is feminine.
Oh, and how is naming General David Petraeus 'worser' person in the world putting a spotlight in 'big-picture issues'?
If those chemicals are truly "silent killers," why hasn't every ex-husband or wife plotted their "worser" half's demise by plying them with frequent mega meals from their favorite take-out incubating and reproducing along every other inch of every main drag of every city and town in the country.
If you haven't noticed, the right winger's are really "laying into" Jimmy Carter, with the conclusion that Carter's presidency was the worst in history, even "worser" than George Bushes ever will be considered.
Either their data hacked or an employee stealing credit card info most likely the cause according to a friend of ours who works in banking As the economy gets 'worser' identity theft will, of course, go up.