Definition of Timeworker

1. [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Timeworker

timesucks
timetable
timetabled
timetables
timetabling
timewarp
timewarps
timewaster
timewasters
timewasting
timewave
timewaves
timeweighted
timewise
timework
timeworker (current term)
timeworkers
timeworks
timeworn
timezone
timezones
timid
timider
timidest
timidities
timidity
timidly
timidness
timidnesses
timidous

Literary usage of Timeworker

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Industrial Democracy by Sidney Webb, Beatrice Potter Webb (1902)
"... the timeworker will require any accustomed protection against being " driven" beyond the normal speed, whilst in trades in which apprenticeship has ..."

2. Workers on Their Industries by Frank Wallis Galton, South Place Institute, London (1896)
"... are usually somewhat higher than those of a timeworker, but there is very little variation in the amounts, in either case, from town to town, ..."

3. Workers on Their Industries by Frank Wallis Galton, South Place Institute, London (1896)
"... are usually somewhat higher than those of a timeworker, but there is very little variation in the amounts, in either case, from town to town, ..."

4. Public Health Bulletin by United States Marine Hospital Service (1921)
"The main difference perhaps is that the timeworker, though he may not be allowed more time for lunch, will take more time for getting drinking water, ..."

5. The Homing of Ants: An Experimental Study of Ant Behavior ...by Charles Henry Turner by Charles Henry Turner (1907)
""Reprinted from the Journal of comparative neurology and psychology, vol. XVII, no. 5, 1907.""

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