worser


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wors·er

 (wûr′sər)
adv. & adj. Nonstandard
Worse.

worser

(ˈwɜːsə)
adj
an archaic or nonstandard word for worse
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'Worser than that,' roared the fat boy, in the old lady's ear.
"There has been better ladies, and there has been worser, Hester," was Miss Horrocks' reply to this compliment of her inferior; so she ruled, having supreme power over all except her father, whom, however, she treated with considerable haughtiness, warning him not to be too familiar in his behaviour to one "as was to be a Baronet's lady." Indeed, she rehearsed that exalted part in life with great satisfaction to herself, and to the amusement of old Sir Pitt, who chuckled at her airs and graces, and would laugh by the hour together at her assumptions of dignity and imitations of genteel life.
(That he was not, however, as has sometimes been said, personally hostile to Shakspere is clear, among other things, from his poetic tributes in the folio edition of Shakspere and from his direct statement elsewhere that he loved Shakspere almost to idolatry.) Jonson's purpose was to present life as he believed it to be; he was thoroughly acquainted with its worser side; and he refused to conceal anything that appeared to him significant.
Just think what will be his joy when he, too, is destroyed in his worser part that his better part may have spiritual immortality.
I was blinded with passion and yielded to my worser mind; therefore I will make amends, and will give him great gifts by way of atonement.
There seems to be no end to the tale of worse, worser, worst!
We have traversed worser and worser roads, often made impassable by graft and corruption, incompetence and dishonesty.
Things looked even worser for Spurs when they went 2-0 down at half-time against the mighty Dutch side Ajax, who is named after the kitchen cleaner my Mum used to keep in the scullery.
and as soon as that sort of stuff comes up, the way I deal with stuff is I go out and steal something and that makes me feel better about myself 'cos I know that I got away with it, and then the remorse and guilt kicks in and then I get worser [sic] and then I go and do it again to make myself feel better and it just goes and goes, and then I put myself in jail 'cos I feel better.
Only vitality subgroup of SF 36 questionnarie which is related with mental component summary is worser in infetile patients.
could have had her sorted of she would of just done as I offer to do for her four days a go it wouldn't of got this bad girl but no she's gone and made it thres times worser that its got to much for me to deal with on my own girl sorry but I can't do it it's impossible it's a two or three man job this time girl her bed is destroyed again
He said: "Every night it got seriously worser and worser."