Definitions

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  • noun One who is employed or who works; worker.

Etymologies

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From work +‎ -ling.

Examples

  • Because your workling does not deserve to be mentioned in the same category with works of solid and acknowledged merit, like, for instance, Rollin's Ancient History or Prideaux 'Connexion, and can, at best, enjoy but an ephemeral existence, does it deserve to have no existence at all?

    The Lost Hunter A Tale of Early Times

  • But now, workling with the University of Washington in Seattle, Bio Architecture Lab has developed a microbe capable of digesting seaweed and converting into ethanol

    Gizmodo

  • Today Rubyists have a lot of Job and Messaging Queues to choose from: * Delayed_job * Resque * workling

    developerFusion - content

  • It seems that the Import data function is not workling for me.

    phpBB.com

  • Today Rubyists have a lot of Job and Messaging Queues to choose from: * Delayed_job * Resque * workling

    developerFusion - content

  • It seems that the Import data function is not workling for me.

    phpBB.com

  • It seems that the Import data function is not workling for me.

    phpBB.com

  • I still see myself as workling class because I worked and saved hard for what I have.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It seems that the Import data function is not workling for me.

    phpBB.com

  • That is not what workling for the public is supposed to be about.

    Seeing the Forest

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