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Thus, full of carking care, while he pushed aside the proffered consolation, Roger Acton walked abroad.
Distrustfulness, and carking cares, and contrivances for time to come.
All were in the pink of health, free from all carking cares and vanities of life, and they sang as if inspired.
I reckon you are now preparing for your Wexford expedition; and poor Dingley is full of carking and caring, scolding.
THE JOURNAL TO STELLAJONATHAN SWIFT
And she was far less cursed with "nerves," with feverish unrest and carking discontent, than women are to-day.
A self-supporting Britain, free from this carking fear, would become once more a liberalising power.
ANOTHER SHEAFJOHN GALSWORTHY
Solitude would be infinitely preferable to the small carking cares and frets of his daily life.
MOLLIE'S PRINCEROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
To-morrow his promise to Phoebe held him no longer, and his carking, maddening trial of patience was to end.
CHILDREN OF THE MISTEDEN PHILLPOTTS
There is blight, and nervous irritation, and “carking anxiety,” if the child works under compulsion at the dead matter of study.
DICKENS AS AN EDUCATORJAMES L. (JAMES LAUGHLIN) HUGHES
Yet we had watched his smooth brow furrow and corrugate as under some carking care or devouring sorrow.

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