worrier

[ US /ˈwɝiɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈʌɹɪɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. thinks about unfortunate things that might happen
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How To Use worrier In A Sentence

  • Parents often balance other, with one the worrier and the other one remaining calm.
  • Parents often balance other, with one the worrier and the other one remaining calm.
  • I think I am more of a "worrier" than I used to be, and I was pretty good at worrying before the whole autism thing. A Conversation with Marti Leimbach, Author of Daniel Isn't Talking
  • There were some in there who were worriers more than I was, so we tried to keep them a bit more buoyant.
  • She is anxious me - the me that my own mother refers to as a worrier - and she is self-deprecating me. Archive 2007-04-29
  • Bless her, she was such a little worrier.
  • The end of the universe should have been a splendid challenge for a gifted worrier like me, but mostly it upset me in a new and worrisome way, because it made me realize that I was spread too thin.
  • Jessica's parents never seemed relaxed because they were constant worriers and even worse naggers.
  • Teenage turns everyone into compulsive worriers.
  • Jonas does not like Pierre very much because he is ‘very serious, not much fun, and a worrier and tattletale.’
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