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Synonyms for WORRIER

Usage Examples for WORRIER

  1. But if he is vulgar and vicious, despotic, reckless, so as to have no devotion for the august prizes and incorruptible pleasures of existence; if she is an unappeasable termagant, or a petty worrier, so taken up with trifling annoyances, that, wherever she looks, " the blue rotunda of the universe shrinks into a housewifery room;" if the presence of each acts as a morbid irritant on the nerves of the other, to the destruction of comfort, and the lowering of self respect, and the draining away of peace and strength, their companionship must infallibly be a companionship in wretchedness and loss. - "The Friendships of Women" by William Rounseville Alger
  2. Another question naturally arises: If this course of action is selfish, and the worrier really desires to be unselfish, how can he control his worry, at least so as not to communicate it to another? - "Quit Your Worrying!" by George Wharton James
  3. Let me repeat, then, to the worrier about the salvation of others: You are in a poor business. - "Quit Your Worrying!" by George Wharton James
  4. His grandmother was a chronic worrier, who pestered Phoenix about using the home phone line during thunderstorms for fear he would be electrocuted. - "Underground" by Suelette Dreyfus
  5. Who has not met with this nervous species of worrier? - "Quit Your Worrying!" by George Wharton James