Definition of "wark" []

  • Pain; ache. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • To be in pain; ache. (verb)
  • A building. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wark" in a sentence
  • "'Ay, ay,' returned my uncle, 'wark's aye best in an evil day.'"
  • "KYLE and the rest of the negative twitts (shut up and help) not jump all over the president. each one of you are just as quilty as BUSH CHENEY AND ROVE so learn from it and get to wark helping. we are doing it so get with it or retire and shut up!!!"
  • "So I suppose it is all about balancing the rights of those who want to and are willing to wark towards imposing shari'ah law on non-Muslim populations, and all the horror, rape, slavery, subjugation and death with comes with that, and individuals belonging to those potential victim non-Muslim populations."