- a fellow worker; colleague.
Origin of coworker
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Examples from the Web for coworkers
Now, she says, her coworkers are actively pranking each other and blaming it on the ghost.New York’s Most Tragic Ghost Loves Minimalist Swedish Fashion
January 8, 2015
I found this as exciting as Enright did—she sounded giddy—but one of my coworkers was less enthused.
When I spoke to coworkers and friends today about the final episode, they were, unsurprisingly, disappointed.
If the harassment comes from coworkers, some women feel they can stand up for themselves.Waitressing Is One of the Worst Jobs for Sexual Harassment
October 8, 2014
Brand pushes her cart with Ashton in it alongside her coworkers (one of whom was later killed in the attack).Westgate's Chilling Security Video Reveals Shopping Mall Bloodbath
September 15, 2014
Below, Miss Francis and her coworkers are striving for the solution.Greener Than You Think
No time was permitted to elapse unimproved by Euetzin and his coworkers.A Prince of Anahuac
James A. Porter
Sumner was not a party man and was at no time in complete harmony with his coworkers.The Anti-Slavery Crusade
A pity I cannot write directly to my dear, faithful comrades, your coworkers.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist
As Paul puts it, we are coworkers with God, and so must we ever be.
Word Origin and History for coworkers
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper