Examples of workaholic in a Sentence
My brother is a real workaholic who almost never takes time off.
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Niklas testifies that the tumor made his dad more of a friend, almost like another teenager, rather than a workaholic constantly fighting with his mother.
Nixon, who was not a particularly hard worker and lacked a sense of humor, urged his staff to leak information that would paint him as a witty workaholic.
As a character to behold, a face of the sport, Pitino was undeniably compelling and endearing, an avowed workaholic who could coax the comatose into a trap-press frenzy.
In the former camp: incessant couplings with staffers and Playmates alike, most of whom saw the workaholic dressed in his favorite day and night wear, pajamas.
Ohlmeyer was known as a workaholic who used NFL Films footage as an inspiration, seeking low angles and tight close-ups that revealed players' emotions.
The movie, released in 2003, stars Eddie Murphy as a workaholic real estate agent and Marsha Thomason (Lost) as his wife.
For workaholics, there’s WiFi, high speed internet and a comfortable dark wood desk.
Ten Days in the Valley (October 1, ABC) Kyra Sedgwick stars in this new ABC drama created by Tassie Cameron, about a workaholic TV producer, Jane Sadler, whose daughter disappears.
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Origin and Etymology of workaholic
First Known Use: 1947See Words from the same year
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