[ UK /kˈɑːk/ ]
  1. disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
    She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill
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How To Use cark In A Sentence

  • I wanted to call him Peter because I thought I was going to cark it round about then.
  • He will be 33 in March, the age Jesus was supposed to have carked it. The Guardian World News
  • Rossetti said of all his male friends, Hughes was the sweetest and had the most ingenuous nature, the least carking and querulous, and the freest from envy, hatred and malice, and all uncharitableness. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Ah ha, carked every part into the shape of very ancient, primitive human beings called Neanderthals. THE BROKEN GOD
  • And they show that airport cark parks are big business, raking in around $244 million in the 2007-2008 financial year. Why Airport Parking Is Such A Rip-Off | Lifehacker Australia
  • You know I was so paranoid about deep-vein thrombosis, I took my aspirin and wriggled my legs but still I thought, that'd be right, I'll get off the plane and cark it.
  • When I told him I hadn't been frightened at all and was simply trying to figure out what I would say to the papers if he carked it in my bed, he laughed," she said. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • Apparently, one of the master Scientists was trying to cark Scutari blastulas into a shape more to his liking. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Habitations are thinly scattered in this barren territory, and a full mile away from the meanest was the stone cottage of Mother Carke. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • If whomever found him had never caught him before they shoulda shat on it. balancing act: Sorry to meatjack, but I have never run across "cark" before. Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz
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