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worser

[ wur-ser ]
/ ˈwɜr sər /
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adjective, adverb Nonstandard.
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Origin of worser

First recorded in 1450–1500; late Middle English; a double comparative of worse + -er4 (for the adjective) or -er5 (for the adverb), because worse (like less), not obviously being a comparative in form, the double comparative worser was formed as with lesser to less;cf. less, lesser
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British Dictionary definitions for worser

worser
/ (ˈwɜːsə) /

adjective
an archaic or nonstandard word for worse
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