Definition of Sorest

1. Adjective. (superlative of sore lang=English POS=adjective) Most sore. ¹



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Definition of Sorest

1. sore [adj] - See also: sore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sorest

sorehon
sorehons
sorel
sorell
sorells
sorels
sorely
sorema
soremouth
soremouth virus
soremuzzle
soreness
sorenesses
sorer
sores
sorest (current term)
sorex
sorexes
sorgho
sorghos
sorghum
sorghums
sorgne
sorgo
sorgolactone
sorgolactones
sorgos
sori
soricine

Literary usage of Sorest

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1. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1901)
"Barking dogs bite not the sorest. In Ray it is thus set down : 0. H., iii. 43. The greatest barkers hite not sorest; or, dogs that btt rlc at a distance ..."

2. A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms by Charles Buck (1831)
"It often perpetuates a disease which may be accounted one of the sorest maladies of human nature, and the effects of which :-re aid to visit the ..."

3. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1876)
"... when its need was the sorest, Forth they must wander, their hope not in man but in God. Roaming alone o'er the heather, ..."

4. The Federal Reserve Act by Robert Latham Owen (1919)
"the power to help our allies instantly and without stint when their need was sorest, with a help most needed." The opportunity to take part in framing this ..."

5. The Sunday Magazine (1872)
"О Lord ! help us in this our sorest strait and agony, that we cannot even try to undo what we have done, and cannot even pray for those against whom we have ..."

6. Gertrude of Wyoming; Or, The Pennsylvanian Cottage by Thomas Campbell (1858)
"His sorest parting, Gertrude, was from thee ; Nor half its grief his little heart could hold : By kindred he was sent for o'er the sea; They tore him from ..."

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