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    #1

    bore, worry

    tire, excite, interest, satisfy, surprise
    A bores B. = A is boring to B. = B is bored with A.
    A worries B. = A is worrying to B. = B is worried about A.
    Do you agree?
    Last edited by sitifan; 28-Nov-2008 at 07:01.

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    Re: bore, worry

    A worries B. = A is worriful to B. = B is worried about A.

    You will very rarely see this applicaition of "worry"

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