Synonyms
Antonyms

1. co-worker

noun. ['ˈkoʊˈwɝːkɝ'] an associate that one works with.

Synonyms

  • workfellow
  • associate
  • colleague

Antonyms

  • nonmember
  • dissociate
  • divide
  • dominant

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Rhymes with Social Worker

  • coworker
  • zurcher
  • vercher
  • merkur
  • merker
  • kirker
  • kircher
  • kerker
  • kercher
  • erker

Sentences with social-worker


1. Noun Phrase
Talk to and be willing to work with your niece's social worker.

2. Noun Phrase
Every social worker uses techniques that are favorable to her or his personality.

3. Noun Phrase
Generally, all social workers are trained in a few key skills, transferable over agencies and geography.

4. Noun Phrase
These are primarily relational skills, vital for helping clients achieve the goals they set with the social worker.

2. social

adjective. ['ˈsoʊʃəl'] relating to human society and its members.

Antonyms

  • unfriendliness

Etymology

  • social (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • socialis (Latin)

3. worker

noun. ['ˈwɝːkɝ'] a person who works at a specific occupation.

Synonyms

  • help
  • someone
  • stainer
  • bleacher
  • freelance
  • slave
  • toiler
  • ragsorter
  • shelver
  • sheller
  • lamplighter
  • splitter
  • twiner
  • skilled workman
  • stripper
  • assistant
  • boatman
  • boater
  • person
  • accumulator
  • part-timer
  • tugger
  • servant
  • scrubber
  • retainer
  • bill sticker
  • trained worker
  • soul
  • working girl
  • temp
  • nailer
  • mopper
  • temporary
  • oiler
  • carter
  • stemmer
  • unionist
  • free-lance
  • beater
  • helper
  • free lance
  • individual
  • teaser
  • throwster
  • mortal
  • self-employed person
  • workmate
  • tacker
  • volunteer
  • peeler
  • union member
  • processor
  • blackleg
  • poster
  • caster
  • seasonal
  • employee
  • shoveler
  • sprigger
  • finisher
  • shoveller
  • scab
  • driver
  • trade unionist
  • trimmer
  • dragger
  • planter
  • plyer
  • tier up
  • gatherer
  • rat
  • independent
  • tiler
  • cornhusker
  • wiper
  • strikebreaker
  • tier
  • wallah
  • plier
  • quarrier
  • winder
  • splicer
  • temporary worker
  • comber
  • hanger
  • collector
  • pruner
  • shingler
  • gutter
  • muzzler
  • tapper
  • striver
  • washer
  • supporter
  • charcoal burner
  • quarryman
  • bill poster
  • skidder
  • thrower
  • waterman
  • puller
  • stringer
  • moonlighter
  • freelancer
  • hard worker
  • unpaid worker
  • melter
  • employable
  • seasonal worker
  • skilled worker
  • solderer
  • somebody

Antonyms

  • nonworker
  • stranger
  • introvert
  • withholder

4. social

adjective. ['ˈsoʊʃəl'] living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups.

Synonyms

  • gregarious
  • multiethnic
  • friendly
  • cultural
  • ethnic
  • sociable
  • sociality
  • interpersonal
  • ethnical

Antonyms

  • unsocial
  • unfriendly
  • unsociable
  • inhospitable

Etymology

  • social (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • socialis (Latin)

5. worker

noun. ['ˈwɝːkɝ'] a member of the working class (not necessarily employed).

Synonyms

  • common person
  • labour
  • proletariat
  • commoner
  • dogsbody
  • proletarian
  • prole
  • working class
  • common man

Antonyms

  • nonreligious person
  • follower
  • bad guy
  • partisan

6. worker

noun. ['ˈwɝːkɝ'] sterile member of a colony of social insects that forages for food and cares for the larvae.

Synonyms

  • soldier
  • worker bee

Antonyms

  • disservice
  • worsen
  • act

7. social

adjective. ['ˈsoʊʃəl'] composed of sociable people or formed for the purpose of sociability.

Antonyms

  • hostile

Etymology

  • social (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • socialis (Latin)

8. social

noun. ['ˈsoʊʃəl'] a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity.

Synonyms

  • mixer
  • sociable

Antonyms

  • introversive
  • ambiversive
  • unsociability

Etymology

  • social (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • socialis (Latin)

9. social

adjective. ['ˈsoʊʃəl'] marked by friendly companionship with others.

Antonyms

  • ungracious

Etymology

  • social (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • socialis (Latin)

10. social

adjective. ['ˈsoʊʃəl'] tending to move or live together in groups or colonies of the same kind.

Antonyms

  • uncongenial

Etymology

  • social (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • socialis (Latin)
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