workaholic

noun person with a compulsive need to work
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workaholic

[Noun] Person who is addicted to or can�t stop working.
Example: The businessman was in danger of becoming a workaholic.
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Workaholic

A person who is addicted to work
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workaholic

Type: Term Pronunciation: werk-ă-hol′ik Definitions: 1. A person who manifests a compulsive need to work, even at the expense of family responsibilities, social life, and health.
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workaholic

workaholic Lexicomedy: Someone who gets drunk every time anyone talks about work. At a grave in a cemetery, two women are visiting. One woman says, 'I understand he was a workaholic.' The other woman responds, 'He was . . . but, he drank at home, too.' —'Wizard of Id' comic strip, October 24, 2007.
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workaholic

[n] - person with a compulsive need to work
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