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hard-working (comparative more hard-working or harder working, superlative most hard-working or hardest working)

  1. Alternative form of hardworking
    • 1947 January and February, O. S. Nock, “"The Aberdonian" in Wartime”, in Railway Magazine, pages 3, 5:
      Coal-eaters they may have been, but a more willing or harder working Atlantic engine was never designed.
    • 2019 December 18, Richard Clinnick, “Railway's 2020 vision”, in Rail, page 3:
      One other thing: throughout all this, the railway has remained home for thousands of dedicated, hard-working people. They're out there in all conditions ensuring that 1.7 billion passenger journeys can be made per year.

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