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Mrs. Delane: Then botheration to it, and I not dressed or undressed.
SEVEN SHORT PLAYSLADY GREGORY
"I suppose its botheration, for one thing," said Mrs. Brier.
CLEMENCERETTA BABCOCK
She'd come back to them again as soon as we were gone, and think what a botheration spared her!
THE MARRIAGE OF ELINORMARGARET OLIPHANT
Oh, botheration, Beth; I can't get the horrid thing right, and I'm not going to try.
A LITTLE FLORIDA LADYDOROTHY C. PAINE
Isn't it wickedness—botheration to you—but I wouldn't be losing my time talking to you!
THE O'DONOGHUECHARLES JAMES LEVER
I anticipated a great deal of bore and botheration; but, through Heaven's mercy, he merely spoke a few words, and left me.
It has cost me more botheration and dubiety than any other I ever took in hand.
The botheration is that weve lost a lot of time, and our chance is utterly dished if the Jew gets in first.
KING OF THE AIRHERBERT STRANG
I find it something between a botheration and a satisfaction.
Accustomed to the "fuss and botheration of men" at such times, she was prepared to deliver him a little lecture.
BEYONDJOHN GALSWORTHY

WORDS RELATED TO BOTHERATION

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