workerless

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worker (ˈwɜːkə)
 
n
1.  a person or thing that works, usually at a specific job: a good worker; a research worker
2.  an employee in an organization, as opposed to an employer or manager
3.  a manual labourer or other employee working in a manufacturing or other industry
4.  any other member of the working class
5.  a sterile female member of a colony of bees, ants, or wasps that forages for food, cares for the larvae, etc
 
'workerless
 
adj

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