botheration[ both-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF botheration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOTHERATION
"Botheration," thought Billy, as he regarded the speaker's nose.
I find it something between a botheration and a satisfaction.
Mrs. Delane: Then botheration to it, and I not dressed or undressed.
"Doh' make no botheration 'bout me, Miss Fa'gut," it said, politely.
"I suppose its botheration, for one thing," said Mrs. Brier.
I forgot all that day to inquire where I was: so absent-minded was I with all my botheration because of losing Virginia.
I anticipated a great deal of bore and botheration; but, through Heaven's mercy, he merely spoke a few words, and then left me.
We lose time being 25called as witnesses, and a lot of botheration, just when we need every minute, and nothing much is gained.
There is so much in the world which will—bear a botheration out of which some profit will arise.
Accustomed to the "fuss and botheration of men" at such times, she was prepared to deliver him a little lecture.