“Their power has increased as the crisis has worsened,” says Zuhair.
Flooding in the enclave seemed to begin at Avenue C and worsened moving eastward.
But its efforts have been star-crossed, and since then, the situation has only worsened.
Egypt This tweet was another Murdoch contribution as the situation in Gaza worsened.
Today his small body was seized by stomach pain and diarrhea, which had worsened as the afternoon passed.
Folk thocht afterwards that ilka time Tod cam near the house the fever had worsened.
His manners are worsened, for he twice made to kiss me and drew back.
It was not yet the evening, as is aforesaid, but the day was worn and worsened, and all things looked weary.
But success has turned his head, worsened him, since,—as it has done with many a good man before.
It not only strengthened Slavery, but also worsened its character.
"to make worse," Old English wyrsian, from the root of worse. The reflexive sense of "to get worse, become worse off" first attested 1795 and elevated into literary use c.1800-30, where formerly worse (v.) had served. Related: Worsened; worsening.