Definition of Sorrier

1. Adjective. (comparative of sorry) ¹



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Definition of Sorrier

1. sorry [adj] - See also: sorry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sorrier

sorosite
sorostitute
sorostitutes
sorption
sorption detoxification
sorptions
sorptive
sorr
sorra
sorrance
sorrances
sorras
sorrel
sorrel tree
sorrels
sorrier (current term)
sorries
sorriest
sorrily
sorriness
sorrinesses
sorrow
sorrowe
sorrowed
sorrower
sorrowers
sorrowes
sorroweth
sorrowful
sorrowfully

Literary usage of Sorrier

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1. Among the Isles of Shoals by Celia Thaxter (1873)
"The salt winds blow- On no sorrier sight to-duy. Trodden utterly out Is every spark of hope. There is only left her, a doubt, A gesture, half-conscious, ..."

2. The Pillar of Fire: A Profane Baccalaureate by Seymour Deming (1915)
"So much to do, and next to nothing being done. . . . And sorrier still, I see that the fault is yours only in part, and that the rest is the fault of that ..."

3. Memorials of the Discovery and Early Settlement of the Bermudas Or Somers by John Henry Lefroy (1879)
"Every man that shall adventure to the sorrier Islands is to lade all his Goods in the London Ships set out by the Company and not in any other ship or ships ..."

4. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1891)
"... an' a felt sorrier "n" sorrier, while a began to sob an' greet. " Oh, mother, mother !" says he, " who'll tak' care on me noo ! ..."

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