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workaholic work·a·hol·ic (wûr'kə-hô'lĭk)
One who has a compulsive and unrelenting need to work.
: I made a hardy attempt to suppress my workaholic tendency
A person whose primary and obsessive interest is work; a compulsive worker: This type of person is a work freak, a workaholic (1968+)
[coined fr work plus -aholic (fr alcoholic) by the pastoral counselor W E Oates]