- (nonstandard) worse.
Etymology: worse + -er
- 1623, w:William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, w:The Taming of the Shrew, The Taming of the Shrew (w:First Folio, First Folio)
- :That were my state farre then it is,
- :I would not wed her for a mine of Gold
- 1623, w:William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, w:Antony and Cleopatra, Antony and Cleopatra (w:First Folio, First Folio)
- :Cleo. Is he married?
- :I cannot hate thee than I do,
- :If thou againe say yes
- 1674, Divers Rural and Oeconomical Inquiries, recommended to Observation and Tryal, in w:Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Philosophical Transactions, vol. 9
- :Whether Flower, kneaded and baked as soon as it comes from the Mill, whilst "tis yet warm, yields blacker and Bread?
- 2002, Ron Lovell, Murder at Yaquina Head
- :Momma says that"s an even word to say.
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