/ (ˈwɛrɪt) /
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to worry or cause to worry
(intr) to complain or moan
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Word Origin for wherrit
perhaps from thwert, obsolete variant of thwart; compare worrit
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Example sentences from the Web for wherrit
Tis nothing to wherrit over, mother, 214 spoke Peggy cheerfully.
If the poor woman can bear it thee should not let it wherrit thee.