What Is the Difference between Worse and Worst?

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Worse and worst are both adjectives. Worse would indicate a condition that is not as bad as worst. That would be the difference between the two words. This is a sentence that uses both to show the difference, 'Bob said that he felt worse than yesterday, but it is not the worst he has ever felt'.
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I'm pretty sure that 'worst' is past tense and 'worse' is in general. That was the worst game I've ever been to. Jimmy is worse than Timmy at soccer.
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Worse is used when comparing two things and worst is used when
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1. Use. worse. to compare two things. These can be physical objects, concepts, places, people, and so forth. Ex: "I think eggplant is. worse. than boiled cabbage, but that's
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You can have nothing that is worse than the worst thing. For example: Weather in autumn may be *worse* than the weather in the summer.but the weather in winter is the *worst* Hope
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