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How to spell WORKEIST correctly?

The misspelling "workeist" could be corrected to "workist", which implies someone who prioritizes work above all else. Alternatively, it could be corrected to "workaholic", denoting someone with an excessive passion for work. Both options capture the essence of being overly focused on one's professional endeavors.

List of suggestions on how to spell workeist correctly

  • dorkiest He wore the dorkiest outfit to the party, complete with suspenders and a bowtie.
  • orgeat I ordered a refreshing glass of orgeat, a sweet almond-flavored syrup, to enhance the taste of my cocktail.
  • porkiest Out of all the dishes at the buffet, the barbecued ribs were the porkiest and most succulent.
  • wonkiest The wonkiest rollercoaster I've ever been on had so many twists and turns that it made me dizzy.
  • wordiest Out of all the essays submitted, Sarah's was undoubtedly the wordiest, as she had a tendency to use complex language excessively.
  • workers The factory hired additional workers to meet the increased demand for their products.
  • wormiest The garden I've ever seen had the wormiest soil imaginable.
  • Yorkist The Yorkist dynasty was a prominent ruling house in England during the Wars of the Roses.

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