A person who worries excessively; a constantly apprehensive person
[1956+; fr the designation of such a person in the comic strip ''Out Our Way'' by J R Williams]
If Karzai were a clingy ex, Obama could then change his phone number or, in the worst-case scenario, file a restraining order.
“This was not a worst-case scenario: nobody will be getting arrested from this,” Defcon said.
Without those subsidies, the worst-case scenario has Obamacare entering a fiscal death spiral.
In the worst-case scenario, mom said, someone would leave a tip she could not fold.
David Borgenicht, co-author of The worst-case scenario Survival Handbook, Dating and Sex, agrees.
I devolved into the worst-case scenario of the needy, insecure housewife.
She thinks the South Korean government should to be prepared for the “worst-case scenario.”
In the worst-case scenario, Iraq could become a regional battleground like Lebanon in the 1980s.
Insiders reveal to McKay Coppins how Romney plans to beat her—or, worst-case scenario, join her.
But she did seem to understand the oddly comforting effect of staring the worst-case scenario right in the face.