routineer

noun rou·ti·neer \ˌrütəˈni(ə)r\

Definition of routineer

plural

-s

  1. :  one that adheres to or insists on routine hacks and routineers were making the fascinating game of business and finance appear endlessly dull — M. S. Rukeyser

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Origin and Etymology of routineer

1routine + -eer


First Known Use: 1792


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