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- v. Second-person singular simple present form of wit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- 2d pers. sing. pres. of wit, to know.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Second person singular indicative present of wit.
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The interviewing girl is more there for the party than she is the product, but the wost is the young gentleman she interviews.
There excuse, to have it in Ny. is one of the wost in mankind.
I feared the wost over my luggage, seeing that I checked it in back in Washington D. C about a day earlier – which felt like a year ago.
A shooting fathers wost nightmare come true. i feel horrible for them, and don't even know them. my heart sank as i read the title. the boy, is with God, the family however, is going through he77. and the sad awfull truth is there is nothing anyone can really do to comfort them. only God can help them with this kind of pain. i do not pray much, but i will for this family.
Truly, the wost thing I can say about this book is that near the end you find out that this middle aged women is actually only 40!
In a period like this where energy cost is very high and pollution is one of the wost problem of our world, every people must do something and double glazing are surely a great starting point.
I know personally he is the worst president in 73 years and I will offer my usual odds of $20 to a glass of warm pee that he is the wost president in 230 years.
One day I will return I think because it is the "Shire", for now I love my life in one of the wost quality of life areas in the country, but I'm not going to lie and say I don't miss looking over Chequers on a nice Sunday afternoon on Coombe Hill!
Waaa waaaa waaaa, diaper-baby upset cuz Kerwwy wost, boo hoo!
Triple-J, the Youth Radio part of our ABC (Govt funded media) are having a competition to determine the wost school uniform in Australia.