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hardworking

Definition for hardworking

adjective as in conscientious

Strongest matches

dedicated, diligent

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Example Sentences

Almost all of these hardworking families have — and need — multiple vehicles.

The deep dish is pricier and too heavy and rich to eat every day, but tavern style is practical and shareable, a win-win for the city’s hardworking people.

From Ozy

The Can-Am Off-Road vehicle lineup includes side-by-side vehicles and ATVs designed to outperform, no matter the task, from hardworking utility needs to exploring the world in a purpose-built-for-anything high-performance machine.

Don’t kick a hardworking entrepreneur down who is just trying to get their project out there and show it the world.

Whatever I have accomplished here, I stand on the shoulders of all who came before me as well as Fortune’s current crew of hardworking, ambitious, talented, and committed journalists.

From Fortune

Life can be tough in West Virginia, especially for the hardworking souls of coal country.

The majority of these people are hardworking, law-abiding citizens who believe in strong family values.

He relegated his vice president, meanwhile, to a group of “some hardworking, effective…people around me…and I love them to death.”

Congress, give these hardworking, responsible Americans that chance.

Successful, hardworking parents who—with kids grown and out of the house—are ready to be themselves once more.

Hardworking and upright, being reared in sternness and poverty.

Paul is a good son, hardworking, and on the road to success, but of course the initial expenses of his profession are tremendous.

The mother was a hardworking woman, toiling from morning to night for her family.

For, as a general rule, the hardworking Indian woman is more strongly developed in proportion than her lazy lord.

In practice the societies mainly consist of their officials, and these are few and hardworking.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hardworking, such as: dedicated, diligent, assiduous, persevering, and sedulous.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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