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Can harrowed mean worried? In the dictionary, I'm only finding that it has to do with farming, but in the context I see it in, it looks like it'd mean worried.

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    Yes, harrowed can mean worried.

    Here's a definition of the verb "harrow" from Dictionary.com.

    "To inflict great distress or torment on. "

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