'She's quite enough to worrit
her, as it is, without you, Tommy,' said Mrs.
"I suppose learnin' 'em to fly is like learnin' children to walk, but I'm feared I should be all in a worrit
if mine had wings instead o' legs," she said.
'God bless my soul, I believe people turn Catholics a'purpose to vex and worrit
me,' cried the Lord Mayor.
"Tell me directly what you've been doing to wear me away with fret and fright and worrit
, or I'd have you out of that corner if you was fifty Pips, and he was five hundred Gargerys."
There's nothing like a dairy if folks want a bit o' worrit
to make the days pass.
Bumble, striking the table with his cane, 'is a life of worrit
, and vexation, and hardihood; but all public characters, as I may say, must suffer prosecution.'
Sit ye down, and give me your forgiveness for having ever been a worrit
to you, Dan'l - what have my contraries ever been to this!
'I am so worrited
! I ask to be allowed to come to terms, supposing your document is all correct.'
"You didna mean to be late, I'll be bound, but your aunt's been worrited
Hard enough for her to live without being worrited
Mrs Chivery, speaking as a mother and not as a diplomatist, had then, from a different point of view, desired her husband to recollect that their John had never been strong, and that his love had fretted and worrited
him enough as it was, without his being driven to do himself a mischief, as nobody couldn't say he wouldn't be if he was crossed.
Has seen the plaintive wexed and worrited
by the children (for children they will ever be and you cannot expect them specially if of playful dispositions to be Methoozellers which you was not yourself).