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After Amy had gone home Jessie retired with much more worriment upon her mind than little Henrietta had upon hers.
THE CAMPFIRE GIRLS OF ROSELAWNMARGARET PENROSE
As I sewed the whangs through the rips and hastily patched the holes I could see her worriment was increasing.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER
In the camp, Stallings and the others had begun to show their worriment.
THE PONY RIDER BOYS IN TEXASFRANK GEE PATCHIN
In it is dread and anguish and worriment: in it is hideous altering breaking prepollence of death.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
Randall looked at her doubtfully, but he was too full of himself, as all lovers are, to press the subject of Clancy's worriment.
FIND THE WOMANARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE
But as he led the way forward Ruth noticed a look of worriment on the face of the old sailor.
THE MOVING PICTURE GIRLS AT SEALAURA LEE HOPE
When you saw what worriment this case was causing me, you might have informed me that I was expending my efforts in vain.
CYNTHIA WAKEHAM'S MONEYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
The things we call failure, worriment, and hardship, are only the little tumbles by which we are learning to walk.
WHAT A YOUNG WOMAN OUGHT TO KNOWMARY WOOD-ALLEN
The corporal's last order, "be ready to form here at reveille," is a source of much worriment to the plebe.
A CADET'S HONORUPTON SINCLAIR
December found Joan with dark, happy eyes intent upon the rose-colored phantasmagoria of existence, her worriment past.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE

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