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  • noun Plural form of workaholic.

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Examples

  • Would all those so-called workaholics love hauling buckets of paint around 40 hours a week?

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  • This individual traveled around the world visiting various general managers and vice presidents and noted that most could be fairly described an "workaholics".

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  • This individual traveled around the world visiting various general managers and vice presidents and noted that most could be fairly described an "workaholics".

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  • Would all those so-called "workaholics" love hauling buckets of paint around 40 hours a week?

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  • I guess that means he's a drunk, because we call people like that "workaholics".

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  • Both were what anyone would call workaholics on our corn farm — actually, Grandad’s five-hundred-acre corn farm.

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  • Both were what anyone would call workaholics on our corn farm, actually Grandad’s five-hundred-acre corn farm, which also had chickens and cows, mainly for our own consumption of eggs and milk.

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  • Speaking at GDC, Bettner blamed crunch for bringing down the studio, saying that Ensemble was staffed by "workaholics" and that development "took twice as long ... and cost twice as much" as they said it would.

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  • Her clients include a vision impaired man, "workaholics" and one woman who gags at the site of dog poo.

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  • Bank of Montreal reports that young Canadians are "workaholics" when compared to Americans aged 15 to 24.

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