Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of worrier.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The second, far more important problem with Kristof's second column is that opposition to GZM is specific, not general, and that the manifest willingness of the vast majority of GZM opponents -- including any "worriers" -- to declare support for mosque building across the U.S.

    Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

  • People forget that some of us became Conservatives out of moral outrage at the duplicitous smarm of middleclass, "worriers".

    Toyn Bee in the Tory Bonnet

  • We members of the Professional Adverse Potential Prognosticators PAPP smile uneasily at those who think that we are simply "worriers".

    What? Me Worry?

  • People forget that some of us became Conservatives out of moral outrage at the duplicitous smarm of middleclass, "worriers".

    Archive 2006-11-26

  • Their confidence is key for children -- especially those who tend to be worriers, said Kodman-Jones.

    Parents can ease back-to-school stress

  • Britons are increasingly becoming a nation of worriers when it comes to their finances.

    Work:Life UK: Let's talk money

  • Britons are increasingly becoming a nation of worriers when it comes to their finances.

    Work:Life UK: Let's talk money

  • It seems Britons are increasingly becoming a nation of worriers when it comes to their finances.

    Work:Life UK: Let's talk money

  • It seems Britons are increasingly becoming a nation of worriers when it comes to their finances.

    Work:Life UK: Let's talk money

  • It's just that moms more often than not are the planners, the packers -- and the worriers.

    Eileen Ogintz: Making Sure Mom Gets a Break in Snowy Clime

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  • JM reckons people who have had successful therapy once were worriers.

    August 26, 2011