wost


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wost

(wɒst)
vb
a form of the second person singular of wit2
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The knight could give the response that follows to anyone failing to sympathize with the seriousness of his loss: "Thou wost ful lytei what thou menest; / I have lost more than thou wenest" (743-4).
The club hopes that with stable ownership and an end to their off-field worries that attention can be paid to the on-field issues that have landed Liverpool FC in the relegation zone of league standings following its wost start since 1953.
Four efforts since had produced 113, 127, 100 and 140, one of the wost sequences in the county's history.
As Adam, Eve, Abraham, David, John, and Moses exit hell, they each address Christ and identify themselves: "Lourd wost pou whet ycham?
Ehiogu was enduring a torried afternoon alongside Southgate, who had one of his wost performances in a Middlesbrough shirt.
Gyf pou brake euer any kyrk On day or on nyght yn myrk, pou art acursyd, pou wost weyl .
Using the WOST, a number of studies have found significant differences between ADHD and non-ADHD persons (Chelune, Ferguson, Koon, & Dickey, 1986; Gorenstein, Mammatto, & Sandy, 1989; Shue & Douglas, 1992).