Definition of Coworkers

1. Noun. (plural of coworker) ¹



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Definition of Coworkers

1. coworker [n] - See also: coworker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coworkers

cowlick
cowlicks
cowlike
cowling
cowlings
cowlless
cowls
cowlstaff
cowlstaffs
cowlstaves
cowman
cowmen
cowmilk
cownose ray
coworker
coworkers (current term)
coworking
cowp
cowpat
cowpath
cowpaths
cowpats
cowpea
cowpea plant
cowpeas
cowped
cowpen daisy
cowpeople
cowper's glands
cowperian

Literary usage of Coworkers

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1. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1917)
"... results to an employee by reason of insufficiency in the number of his coworkers he is entitled to maintain an action against the employer.18 This rule, ..."

2. A New Era in Chemistry: Some of the More Important Developments in General by Harry Clary Jones (1913)
"Measurements of Osmotic Pressure by HN Morse and coworkers.* — Some fine experimental work has recently been done by HN Morse and his 1 Zeit. phys. ..."

3. Installation of Edmund Janes James, PH.D., LL.D., as President of the University by Illinois University, Edgar Jerome Townsend, Wallace Nelson Stearns, George Mygatt Fisk, Stephen Sheldon Colvin (1906)
"... of us no longer as aliens and as lovers of mob law and violence, but as friends of the Republic and as coworkers in the great commonwealth of letters. ..."

4. Teaching Sex Hygiene in the Public Schools by Edith Belle Lowry (1914)
"CHAPTER X THE coworkers IT IS regrettable that the schools and other organizations apparently should be in antagonistic positions. ..."

5. Disaster Response and Recovery: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals by Diane Meyers (1996)
"People are highly suggestible in disaster situations, and survivors or coworkers can take things personally and be hurt if they feel they are the brunt of ..."

6. Postal Salaries: Hearings, Sixty-sixth Congress, First [second] Session by United States, Congress, Joint Commission on Postal Salaries (1920)
"Then, too, our position is different from that of our coworkers, the railroad employees. The method of our entrance int.> this service is prescribed by law. ..."

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