from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who worries excessively and needlessly.
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- n. A person who worries excessively, especially about unimportant matters.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. thinks about unfortunate things that might happen
And yesterday, Sunday, I lamented that going to the movies has become much less of a pleasure for me these days and more of an exercise in worrywart-ism.
Ed Helms, who played the worrywart dentist in "The Hangover," is Tim Lippe, an insurance agent in small-town Wisconsin.
Still, even that slim of a chance could be slightly disconcerting seeing that the pesky asteroid that hit the Earth 250 million years ago was likely the cause of 90 percent of life on the planet dying off also, as a worrywart points out to me, those are better odds than winning the lottery.
Not just for 10 minutes and I wonder, among other things, how I'll fill the void of not having those talks after she dies assuming she predeceases me, a worrywart can never be too sure.
Will you stop being such a worrywart about your homework?
It also seems clear to our worrywart that the tenor of the global economic recovery is undergoing a bit of change here, and not for the better unfortunately.
Michael's romance with Pam's mother lasted as long as the writers needed it to, and this current worrywart of bankruptcy claims will be swept under the rug next issue ...
This very same worrywart imparted advice to never order spicy tuna.
What I love about New York is all the worrywart material I pick up from neurotic friends for my blog Confessions of a Worrywart.
He even gets Ulrik a job as a mechanic in a garage owned by a worrywart named Sven Bjorn Sundquist.
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