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[hahrd-wur-king] /ˈhɑrdˈwɜr kɪŋ/
industrious; zealous:
a hardworking family man.
Origin of hardworking
1765-75; hard + working Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But he is hardworking, and a skilled parliamentary tactician.
  • So others may feel unequal and they may feel upset so no matter how hardworking they are, they will never get what they deserve.
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  • Writers are sensitive souls--generally intelligent and hardworking but easily bruised.
  • hardworking muscles release lactic acid, which causes soreness.
  • There certainly is an earnest, hardworking kids-from-Fame vibe about the group.
  • They're earnest, they're hardworking, they're determined.
  • He remembers his parents as hardworking immigrants with no time for diversions such as swimming lessons.
  • Bergen is a hardworking, hardheaded seaport, proud of its past but eager for profitable progress.

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