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Correct spelling for WORSER
We think the word worser is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for worser
Dropped me . . . ah, had it been a purse Of silver, my friend, or gold that's worse,– Flight Of The Duchess, The by Robert Browning
"and my dear annie, you would have been a loser without it.
They were larger, because they were of coarser cloth.
People will say that it is my blame that no wooer comes to seek thee.
All prose may be arranged as free verse and all free verse as prose.
This was a poser; but flibbertigibbet did not wish to be outdone, although there was no party for her in prospect.
3. the termination -bytown is norse.
Have just told him that i am sending him back to america with a friend, mr. morse, and that i will join him as soon as i am in better shape, and have told him how to find you.
"wise question that of yours.
I'm afraid to give you more now, my poor old man; but wait, like a dear, and i'll let you take it again when you're on the horse.
1707. an incessant worker.
"i'd almost lost him but for his song an' i was wonderin' how a chap could hear it when it seemed as if he'd get out o' th' world in a minute-an' just then i heard somethin' else far off among th' gorse bushes.
Olimpia smiled beautifully upon him, but was careful; took a share of the courser, but gave in return nothing more than a hand on its master's belt.