English : Worrywart



What does Worrywart mean?

By Mr. Nathan, New York, USA - 15th June-2007

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Worrywart is a word that has been around for some time. When you refer to someone as being a worrywart what you mean is that he worries about things unnecessarily.

For example:

• My cousin Mala is a worrywart.

• Being in the company of worrywarts can be very depressing.

• I tend to shy away from worrywarts.



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