We've got on very well hereabouts for many a year, without having anyone to worrit us from that place.
But the district-lady has others to "worrit" in life besides the sick.
She says we shall never be ready by Wednesday and that it's more than flesh and blood can stand to worrit folks like this.
Who worrit us out of our lives with Reform, and such humbugging fads!
I—was worrit when he didn't come back—when he didn't wake up, to-night, an' it took to rainin'.
We have no sorrow just now, except my constant inward "worrit" of unbelief in any future of good work on my part.
He used to fret and worrit 'cause there warn't no school, and he couldn't ha' gone to it if there was.
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!
Nobody knows but them that has to do it what the worrit of the roads is.
"You'd ought to be ashamed of yourself to worrit your 'usband so," said the lamplighter, sternly.