Woe"-be*gone` (?), a. [OE. wo begon. See Woe, and Begone, p. p.]

Beset or overwhelmed with woe; immersed in grief or sorrow; woeful.

Chaucer.

So woe-begone was he with pains of love. Fairfax.

 

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