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Definition of Worsened

  • changed for the worse in health or fitness

How to use worsened in a sentence. Worsened pronunciation.

The character of most of the shops seemed to have worsened; they had become pettifogging little holes, unkempt, shabby, poor; they had no brightness, no feeling of vitality.
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She was perfectly calculated to convince the sisters that times had worsened, and that the world would never again be the beautiful, agreeable place it once had been.
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Conditions worsened in 1999 with GDP falling by 3%.
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However, economic progress was badly hurt by slumping oil prices and the resumption of armed conflict in December 1998, which worsened the Republic of the Congo's budget deficit.
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I then so far worsened him?
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Unfortunately his physical condition didn't remain as stable; it worsened steadily.
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Fifty years' wear could not have worsened them; and, indeed, from the whole aspect of the man, you might guess him a century old, were it not for the nimbleness of his gestures and his eyes, which were grey, alert, and keen as needles.
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The hours went by, and still she did not come, and still the storm worsened.
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As his reign represents the whole Atlantean period, we might expect it to have begun well enough, and worsened as it went.
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Examples of Worsened

Example #1
That they were in truth sisters was clear from the facial resemblance between them; their demeanour indicated that they were princesses, offspring of some impossibly prolific king and queen.
Example #2
This print represented fifteen sisters, all of the same height and slimness of figure, all of the same age-about twenty-five or so, and all with exactly the same haughty and bored beauty.
Example #3
She sat down in Constance's chair and pretended to look for something.
Example #4
Sophia hastened to it, squeezing past a young lady assistant in the narrow space between the back of the counter and the shelf-lined wall.
Example #5
Ashmore and Cartier Islands: no economic activity Atlantic Ocean: The Atlantic Ocean provides some of the world's most heavily trafficked sea routes, between and within the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
Example #6
The UK has large coal, natural gas, and oil reserves; primary energy production accounts for 10% of GDP, one of the highest shares of any industrial nation.