worrier
noun see worry I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Worrier — Wor ri*er, n. One who worries. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • worrier — UK [ˈwʌrɪə(r)] / US [ˈwʌrɪər] noun [countable] Word forms worrier : singular worrier plural worriers someone who worries a lot …   English dictionary

  • worrier — Wariangle War i*an gle, n. [OE. wariangel, weryangle; cf. AS. wearg outlaw, criminal, OHG, warg, warch, Goth. wargs (in comp.), G. w[ u]rgengel, i. e., destroying angel, destroyer, killer, and E. worry.] (Zo[ o]l.) The red backed shrike ({Lanius… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • worrier — noun A person who worries a great deal, especially unnecessarily. You are such a worrier! Im sure everything will turn out all right …   Wiktionary

  • worrier — wor|ri|er [ˈwʌriə US ˈwə:riər] n someone who often worries about things ▪ Her mother was a born worrier …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • worrier — [[t]wʌ̱riə(r), AM wɜ͟ːriər[/t]] worriers N COUNT If you describe someone as a worrier, you mean that they spend a lot of time thinking about problems that they have or unpleasant things that might happen …   English dictionary

  • worrier — noun (C) someone who often worries about things: Her mother was a born worrier …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • worrier — worry ► VERB (worries, worried) 1) feel or cause to feel troubled over actual or potential difficulties. 2) annoy or disturb. 3) (of a dog or other carnivorous animal) tear at or pull about with the teeth. 4) (of a dog) chase and attack… …   English terms dictionary

  • worrier — See worry. * * * …   Universalium

  • worrier — wor|ri|er [ wʌriər ] noun count someone who worries a lot …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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