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Cark is a noun meaning “worry” or “trouble.” As a verb, cark means “to cause worry or distress,” as in to have carking doubts. This word derives from a Latin word for “burden,” which also produced charge, as in a “load” to carry, and car, a vehicle that carries. This is part of a complete episode.

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