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  • n. a social worker

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged)


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  • Moments later, a caseworker from the Human Resources Administration walked through the door of Bailey-Holt House.

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  • She called the caseworker and told her to start looking for another place for Princess Poopypants.

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  • But she had to work, so she left, and the second day I freaked out and called my caseworker and they came and got me.

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  • A volunteer caseworker from the Dutch refugee assistance organization had to take me to a bank to open one.


  • The caseworker was a heavyset woman with frosted hair, heavy makeup and bright eyes.

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  • She shares some frantic working-mother moments with me, then connects me to a medical caseworker, who calls another caseworker, who hooks me up with a woman who has just survived a piece of radioactive gold jewelry.

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  • Except the one they call my caseworker, who's colored like me.

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  • Tammy called her caseworker from a closed gas station to relay ideas unaligned with the world we loved.


  • To adopt this family, please call caseworker A.R. Tucker, 595-8820.

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  • To adopt this family, please call caseworker Arrie Nicholson, 432-1475 ext.

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