worry wart

worry wart

n. someone who worries all the time. Don’t be such a worry wart.
See also: wart, worry
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I'VE always been something of a worry wart and fully paid-up subscriber to the theory of Murphy's Law.
These days, I am a bit of a worry wart when it comes to travel.
His songs run the gamut of styles from demented surf rockers, like I Hate Your Kids' hilarious dissection of the perils of single parent dating, and the frantic riffing of Worry Wart, to slow-burning noir-ish spoken word numbers that cram more storyline into four minutes than most Hollywood screenplays manage in 90.
His songs run the gamut of styles from demented surf rockers, like I Hate Your Kid's hilarious dissection of the perils of single parent dating, and the frantic riffing of Worry Wart, to slow-burning noir-ish spoken word numbers that cram more storyline into four minutes than most Hollywood screenplays manage in 90.
I tend to be a bit of a worry wart, and waiting around for nine days wasn't going to soothe my worried soul.
But this is getting back to our worry wart mode, isn't it?
Don't get me wrong the work, as always, is still looming but the panic stricken studying worry wart in me seems to have subsided.
Worry Wart - Increased feelings of not being able to cope, frustration, and nervousness
Worry Wart Wes,'' tells the story of a boy who worries about everything and turns into a worry wart.
I'm a worry wart, so it was a relief to turn it into a story about someone else.
He already considers you interesting and good fun, so don't turn into a worry wart overnight as that will kill the relationship faster than any amount of distance between you.
Heck, some worry wart was loudly complaining that visitors were getting too close to the precious Gibsons and Fenders, and the velvet ropes would arrive the next morning.
A WORRY wart of a line-up in your sign is only going to do that if you allow yourself to pick at something that frankly needs leaving alone.
Bella is suffering from Worry Warts, and she needs to finish her worrying so that the worry warts can go away.
Morris Gleitzman, Worry Warts (1991) / Mes parents sont de mauvais poil (1998) A year-four kid .