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Lexicographically close words:
wordum; wordy; wore; wored; worf; workable; workaday; workbasket; workbench; workbox
  1. Field worked harder and longer at his play than at what the world has been pleased to accept as the work of a master workman, but out of that play was born the best of all that he has left.

  2. He went to Leadville about three months ago to work on ex-Senator Tabor's paper, the Herald, and was doing excellently well.

  3. So far in his newspaper work Field had little time and less inclination to learn from books.

  4. He mapped out and directed the work of the staff with a comprehensive shrewdness and keen appreciation of what his public, as well as his employers, wanted that left no room for criticism.

  5. Not that Field ever neglected his work or his domestic duties for play, but it was a dull day for Denver when his pen or his restless spirit for mischief did not provide some fresh cause for local amazement or merriment.

  6. It is almost inconceivable where Field found the time and strength for the whirl of work and play in which there was no let up during his two years' stay in Denver.

  7. Does it not seem an injustice that the writers of this paper should be put at the mercy of sub-cellar hands, who are continually demonstrating their incompetency for the work which they are supposed to do and for which they are paid?

  8. He has a great deal to do, but still he does not give up his work as district doctor; he is greedy for gain, and he tries to be in all places at once.

  9. Love and man constitute the chief interest of her life, and possibly it is the philosophy of the unconscious at work in her.

  10. In our work females are the scourge of God!

  11. I work from morning to night: I do all the grafting myself, the pruning myself, the planting myself.

  12. Besides, if you marry her," the fragment went on, "then her relations will make you give up the district work and live in the town.

  13. Yegor Semyonitch was a tall, broad-shouldered, corpulent man, and he suffered from asthma, yet he walked so fast that it was hard work to hurry after him.

  14. He took from his red portfolio a manuscript containing a sketch of a small work of the nature of a compilation, which he had planned in case he should find it dull in the Crimea without work.

  15. I don't know what he does there, what his work is, but I know he is a flunkey!

  16. And at the very busiest time, when no one seemed to have a free moment, the work of the fields carried off more than half their labourers from the garden.

  17. Also they were over the bearers of burdens, and were overseers of all that wrought the work in any manner of service: and of the Levites there were scribes, and officers, and porters.

  18. Now all the work of Solomon was prepared unto the day of the foundation of the house of the LORD, and until it was finished.

  19. Be ye strong therefore, and let not your hands be weak: for your work shall be rewarded.

  20. So the workmen wrought, and the work was perfected by them, and they set the house of God in his state, and strengthened it.

  21. And the king and Jehoiada gave it to such as did the work of the service of the house of the LORD, and hired masons and carpenters to repair the house of the LORD, and also such as wrought iron and brass to mend the house of the LORD.

  22. And they spake against the God of Jerusalem, as against the gods of the people of the earth, which were the work of the hands of man.

  23. And the thickness of it was an handbreadth, and the brim of it like the work of the brim of a cup, with flowers of lilies; and it received and held three thousand baths.

  24. And it came to pass, when Baasha heard it, that he left off building of Ramah, and let his work cease.

  25. And in every work that he began in the service of the house of God, and in the law, and in the commandments, to seek his God, he did it with all his heart, and prospered.

  26. She hated to remember her youth of humiliation, trying to play a social game on the earnings of any work that she could pick up, between discreet outings with--friends who failed to suggest matrimony.

  27. My mission on this plane now is so fierce a one, and the work which I must do is so absorbing, that I must renounce all but transient physical pleasures.

  28. He knew, even before questioning his old servant, that it could only be the work of Harietta.

  29. John in camp thanked God for the strenuous work of his training that it kept him so occupied that he had barely time to think of Amaryllis or the tragedy of things.

  30. I shall order myself to be gone presently, because the interest which you cause me to feel would interfere with work which I have to do.

  31. If you are bad, how does your theory work that we pay for each action?

  32. She had continually to remember to simulate proper sympathy, and concern and to subdue her vivacity, and show enthusiasm for any agreeable war work which could divert her dull days.

  33. At the end of half an hour a very creditable forgery had been secured, and the two jealous beings felt satisfied with their work for the time.

  34. By the Lord, it is the work of Ferdinand.

  35. You must teach me to be the most perfect mistress of Ardayre, and the most perfect wife for the greatest of them all--because your achievement is the finest, John, to have won it all back and redeemed it by the work of your own brain.

  36. The old man acted his part so well that when the raiders saw him laboriously at work with the wooden spoon they concluded that he was a member of the establishment.

  37. Our good work is, however, interfered with by the sudden application of the air brakes and the shutting off of steam as we approach a little station, where the signal is against us.

  38. Another writer, who was himself for more than a quarter of a century engaged in the work of herding cattle, gives a much fairer description of the cowboy.

  39. It is clearly one of the wonders of the world, and its vastness is such that to explore it from end to end is a work of the greatest possible difficulty.

  40. It is an odd fact that this method of catching jack rabbits is precisely the same as that adopted by coyotes, which work similarily by threes.

  41. Around the fortress are seven circular mounds, which at first suggest the idea of being the work of mound-builders.

  42. In the picture of a cowboy in this work the modern dress is shown very accurately.

  43. Gambling is the hardest work that you can persuade an Indian to do, unless threatened by starvation.

  44. It was the policy of the slave owner to get as much work out of his staff as he possibly could.

  45. Denver, and might work their way north in the hope of either securing gold bullion from one of the down trains from Butte, or money in exchange on an up train.

  46. It is obvious that not only knowledge but also some form of work and skill are involved in all art, useful or fine.

  47. In this comparison my appreciation grew of how I had uniquely implemented and conceptualized clinical consultation in my work experience.

  48. But she too is her history and brings to her work world all that she is and all that she is not including her past experienced and future anticipated interhuman relationships.

  49. Still I believed I was very much there in the nursing situation for these persons, as well as for those who moved into the community and found work and social satisfactions.

  50. As meaning in this clinical nursing consultation experience as a graduate student became evident, comparison of it with the meaning of clinical work experiences in nursing consultation situations flowed naturally.

  51. Thus, "the sensitive nurse-writer may use poetic expression to work through a problem, to muse about a detail, or to record a profound experience.

  52. As an artist, therefore, the nurse must know how to obtain desired effects and must work skillfully to get them.

  53. Although we were aware much earlier that our interests and work were flowing in the general stream of phenomenology, we usually refrained from using the label because it did little to clarify our position.

  54. Finally, she states that some nurses write poetry about aspects of their work that defy scientific analysis and cannot be easily contained in technical papers.

  55. That Luther should have written a Preface to so undignified a little work as The Book of Vagabonds seems remarkable.

  56. From a close comparison of his work with the Liber Vagatorum, I have little hesitation in saying that he obtained the idea and general arrangement, together with a good deal of the matter, from the German work edited by Luther.

  57. The cant terms, too, are incorrectly given, and altogether the work bears the appearance of hasty and piratical compilation.

  58. The crown looks dubiously and anxiously upon a Cork jury; the patriot, when any work for Ireland is in hand, looks hopefully to the Cork people.

  59. The work was issued in weekly numbers, and reached a sale previously unheard of in Irish literature.

  60. No spies can match them, No sentries watch them, No specials catch them or mar their play, While the clever Cork men And cute New York men Work new surprises by night and day.

  61. The fact of this order having been issued by the government, may have so far interrupted the bloody work on the scaffold as to save the remains of the younger Sheares from mutilation.

  62. To fill the gap thus caused, John Sheares was soon appointed a member of the Directory, and he threw himself into the work with all the ardour and energy of his nature.

  63. The invaders then asked for and got the keys of the magazine, which they handed out to their friends, who forthwith set to work to remove the ammunition which they found stored in the vaults.

  64. The Cork Commission was then formally closed, and next day the judges set off to resume in Dublin the work of trying Irish conspirators against the rule of England over their native land.

  65. But it was when the last of the witnesses had gone off the table that he set to the work in good earnest.

  66. How ably they performed their work there is plenty of evidence to show, and if the Irish outbreak of '67 was short-lived and easily suppressed, it was far from contemptible in the pre-concert and organization which it evidenced.

  67. It was with such terrors staring them in the face that the men whose words are recorded in this little work delivered their speeches from the dock.

  68. Happily it was not sufficient to know my disposition, inclinations and talents; it was likewise necessary to find a situation in which they would be useful, and this was not the work of a day.

  69. Thanks to Heaven, I have made my third painful confession; if many such remained, I should certainly abandon the work I have undertaken.

  70. The sudden sight of her, on our first interview, was the only truly passionate moment she ever inspired me with; and even that was principally the work of surprise.

  71. Generation is the work of the matrix, in which no seed of the male ever enters; the matrix conceives by a kind of contagion, which the male liquor communicates to it, nearly as the magnet communicates its magnetic virtue to steel.

  72. A net-work of fine fibres collects on the surface of the ball, which extends from one of the extremities to the middle.

  73. The work on The Deceptions of Demons has been aptly compared to a torch thrown out into the darkness, which for a moment brightly illumes a small space and then disappears.

  74. The two accounts must be distinct, for they have different starting-points and work upon different material.

  75. The spurious title-page thus further betrays itself by saying that this work was translated from Hebrew.

  76. There is no reference to this work in any account of Manfredi, and the volume itself appears to be quite unknown.

  77. The eternal seminaria of created things are mentioned, and it has been conjectured that the work exhibits traces of the influence of Lucretius,[82] but the general line of thought is clearly related to Neoplatonic literature.

  78. From that time dates the true era of anatomical renaissance, which may be regarded as continuing until the commencement of modern anatomy with the great work of Vesalius in 1543.

  79. The work is thus an epitome of the science of the time viewed through the distorting medium of this theory.

  80. This work is in four books, of which the second, third, and fourth are devoted to anatomy and physiology.

  81. It is encountered also in the work of Herrade de Landsberg.

  82. A thousand spectators were looking on placidly at the work of destruction as they returned from church, many of them with Bible and Psalm-book in their hands.

  83. It is needless to say that it was the work of the Advocate, and that it was in conformity with the opinions so often exhibited in the letters to Caron and others of which the reader has seen many samples.

  84. It was too delicate a balance to work entirely with the strength of the starved and the vigilance of the benighted.

  85. If they made the worker too comfortable, he would not work to increase another's comforts; if they made him too independent, he would not work like a dependent.

  86. He thought a margin of men out of work was good for his business; he could no longer really think it was good for his country.

  87. It was directed towards making the very poor man work for the capitalist, for any wages or none.

  88. He will therefore (if in a pious mood) pray that they may be destitute, and so be forced to work his factory for him for a starvation wage.

  89. He doesn't think, "This man might be as jolly as I am, if he need not come to me for work or wages.

  90. He is not a doctor; though he employs doctors to work up a case for Eugenics, just as he employs doctors to correct the errors of his dinner.

  91. But this was not the general case; most of the decent rich of the Bright and Cobden sort did have a kind of confused faith that the economic conflict would work well in the long run for everybody.

  92. Ian Red Hand was richer and more powerful than Malcolm of the Glen, and therefore could more easily work his cruel will.

  93. Remembering his books, which seemed to me the work of a man who saw and understood everything in the world, I could not comprehend his thinking that, and I told him so.

  94. He KNOWS that we ourselves are the working of the Law--and that we ourselves could work what now are stupidly called "miracles" if we could only remember always what the Law is.

  95. And we'd better be beginning and setting our minds to work on it.

  96. The time and the place, perhaps the drug she took, had done their work on the mind of O'Iwa.

  97. Don't you think it is the work of fox or tanuki?

  98. He shook his head, and pointed to the rama-sho[u]ji, the ornamental open work near the ceiling.

  99. Probably it is the work of fox or badger (tanuki).

  100. There is nothing to fear, unless it be the work of fox or badger.

  101. In the fourth generation for the first time was taken up the literary work of play-writing.

  102. The two women did all the work of the household which ordinarily would fall to woman-kind, with something more.

  103. If one of the work mules becomes lame or reveals a bad disposition, should the owner take it to an electrician for advice?

  104. Even in the district schools the thing is reduced to a system--both the quantity and the quality of the work necessary for each age and grade are carefully scheduled.

  105. The work looks toward some end necessary of achievement and carries with it the elements of sacrifice, of giving out of one's life something that is his very own in order that some other thing may be acquired.

  106. Worse than that, if untrained in faithfulness to household duties, they will lounge about the place or run much in society and allow their mothers to work themselves slowly to death--and scarcely seem to realize what is taking place.

  107. There was provided every convenience for feeding and caring for the horses and the hogs, so that the hired men found the work about the barn exceedingly easy and pleasant.

  108. Then, the country school is especially effective as a place of instruction on account of its happy relation to work and industry.

  109. And all this splendid work is being carried forward without doing any violence to the essential doctrines of the great historical institution so long engaged in its serious efforts in behalf of human salvation.

  110. Among the fortunate considerations of teaching and social work are the opportunities they offer for the sympathetic care and guidance of children--the indulgence of altruism and the mother instinct in the young woman.

  111. It is a mistake to keep driving boys to their work "just because they ought to do it," as one stern father put the matter.

  112. It is better that some pupils should be put to a slight disadvantage than that attractiveness of surroundings, remoteness from environment likely to interfere with the work of the school, or other essentials, should be sacrificed.

  113. And after the league made with him he shall work deceitfully: for he shall come up, and shall become strong with a small people.

  114. Moreover thou shalt make the tabernacle with ten curtains of fine twined linen, and blue, and purple, and scarlet: with cherubims of cunning work shalt thou make them.

  115. For when we were in the flesh, the motions of sins, which were by the law, did work in our members to bring forth fruit unto death.

  116. Neither shall there be any work for Egypt, which the head or tail, branch or rush, may do.

  117. If any man's work shall be burned, he shall suffer loss: but he himself shall be saved; yet so as by fire.

  118. Go ye, get you straw where ye can find it: yet not ought of your work shall be diminished.

  119. And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

  120. And Moses gave commandment, and they caused it to be proclaimed throughout the camp, saying, Let neither man nor woman make any more work for the offering of the sanctuary.

  121. Thou shalt call, and I will answer thee: thou wilt have a desire to the work of thine hands.

  122. Paul Sabatier, edited a work [Footnote 26] which he contended was anterior to any of these.

  123. For my part I acknowledge as before God that what chiefly drew me to love the life-work of Blessed Francis was that it bore so close a resemblance to the beginning and growth of the Church.

  124. I beseech Him to aid me to go forward in my work unto the merit of obedience and the welfare of my brethren--for which two motives alone this task was undertaken.

  125. Indeed, to such an extent is this apparent that the work cannot be regarded as purely historical.

  126. Bonaventure's life, for the ensuing years, is a record of fast-succeeding events centring mainly round the work of his personal sanctification and his exertions for the welfare of the Order.

  127. While the work was being done, St. Bonaventure called upon his friend, and during the course of the conversation took up and read that antiphon for the Magnificat beginning with the words, O Sacrum Convivium!

  128. In many instances events are described in the same words; other incidents are given in abridged form; the whole work is marked by a more liturgic style, and occasionally fresh details are given.

  129. We have now but to add that the following pages on the life-work of St. Bonaventure, written by the late Fr.

  130. The timidity with which his humility undertook the work contrasts strangely with the universal appreciation it has received at the hands of others.

  131. In the work of reuniting the Greek and Latin Churches the Friars Minor played a very conspicuous part.

  132. As he heard the solemn strains of the grand Te Deum that marked the close of the great event he must have felt that his work for God and for the Church was accomplished.

  133. I speak of the exquisite meditations of St. Bonaventure upon the life of Christ, a work in which it is difficult what most to admire, the riches of imagination surpassed by no poet, or the tenderness of sentiment, or the variety of adaptation.

  134. There is a small work on the spiritual life written by our Saint in which he depicts the virtues that {67} make for religious perfection.

  135. An irritated wit only finds his adversary cutting out work for him.

  136. I shall consider as an English author that foreigner, who flew to our country as the asylum of Europe, who composed a noble work on our Constitution, and, having imbibed its spirit, acquired even the language of a free country.

  137. The irregular conduct which Bolingbroke stigmatised as a breach of trust, was attributed to a desire of perpetuating the work of his friend, who might have capriciously destroyed it.

  138. At a later period, a congenial work was composed by Theophilus Spizelius, a German divine; his four volumes are after the fashion of his country and his times, which could make even small things ponderous.

  139. DE LOLME'S work on the Constitution could find no patronage, and the author's bitter complaints, 200 relieved by the Literary Fund, n.

  140. And Ockley complains also of that hypocritical curiosity which pretends to take an interest in things it cares little about; perpetually inquiring, as soon as a work is announced, when it is to come out.

  141. In the present instance, our much-abused Ralph Brooke first appears to have composed his elaborate work from the most honourable motives: the offer he made of his Notes to Camden seems a sufficient evidence.

  142. With this work any one connected with the Trade can measure up efficiently according to the customary methods of measurement, in the "London Standard.

  143. The Art in its infancy, like the first work of a Student, was dry, hard, and simple.

  144. If it be objected that Rubens judged ill at first in thinking it necessary to make his work so very ornamental, this puts the question upon new ground.

  145. When I visited him some years since in France, I found him at work on a very large Picture, without drawings or models of any kind.

  146. From his very early work of Apollo and Daphne, the world justly expected he would rival the best productions of ancient Greece; but he soon strayed from the right path.

  147. A just poetical taste, and the acquisition of a nice discriminative musical ear, are equally the work of time.

  148. When we know the subject designed by such men, it will never be difficult to guess what kind of work is to be produced.

  149. Besides the general advantage of forming the taste by such an intercourse, there is another of a particular kind, which was suggested to me by the practice of Raffaelle, when imitating the work of which I have been speaking.

  150. In one corner is a work of art by Luther--no less than a stove planned after his own pattern.

  151. I left this painting as one should leave the work of a great religious master-- thinking more of Jesus and of John than of Rubens.

  152. To look at the apparently smooth surface of the mountain side, one would never think that the ascent could be a work of such difficulty and danger.

  153. I have talked with eye witnesses of those scenes, men who have been in the prisons, and heard the work of butchery going on in the prison yards in the night.

  154. At the foot of the mountain we found again our company of strawberry girls, with knitting work and goat's milk, lying in wait for us.

  155. I seem to see her conceiving the bold design--she will work the doctor's likeness.

  156. By the by, the girls with strawberries, milk, and knitting work were on hand on the way down, and met us just where a cool spring gushed out at the roots of a pine tree; and of course I bought some more milk and strawberries.

  157. What, then, must he think of the Almighty Being, all whose useful work is so overlaid with ornament?

  158. His work reveals a grand dramatic instinct There are indeed possibilities of fine work in "Z.

  159. I can understand," continued his mother, "that all those hours of engrossing work every day must leave you quite fatigued, my poor child.

  160. Her figure seemed slenderer in its black net evening dress, covered with bead-work that glistened with a wonderful shading of green into blue and blue into green.

  161. My old enthusiasm for my work came back, and with it my old mad ambitions.

  162. I wanted a husband who would be content with such moments of love as I could spare him out of my career; to whom I could go for love when I wanted love; who would be content to live out his own life and leave me to work out mine.

  163. Such had been the routine of her work before, and she had had no difficulty in falling into it again.

  164. I am quite satisfied that my work in life shall bring me no return.

  165. I wanted to be the first woman whose work should be absolutely great, absolutely original.

  166. He could not do any work that morning, but strolled hither and thither, getting joyous impressions from the sun-lit city.

  167. They were also "to consider of some proper methods for setting on work and employing the poor of the kingdom, and making them useful to the public, and thereby easing our subjects of that burthen.

  168. We need feel no wonder, then, that the appearance of Locke's work was followed by a bitter theological controversy which lasted during the rest of his life, and beyond it.

  169. His influence is apparent in almost every philosophical and quasi-philosophical work of the period.

  170. Here, surely, was work enough for men far younger and more vigorous than Locke; but, having undertaken the duties of the office, he appears in no way to have spared himself.

  171. This form of Utilitarianism, resting on a theological basis and enforced by theological sanctions, is precisely that which afterwards became so popular and excited so much attention, when adopted in the well-known work of Paley.

  172. This work seems to have been undertaken more for his own satisfaction and that of Lady Masham and his more immediate friends, than with any distinct design of publication.

  173. It might have been regarded as an analytical work on the nature and origin of our ideas, or, in other words, on the elements of our knowledge.

  174. Though this work was designed to establish the supernatural character of the Christian revelation, and its importance to mankind, it by no means satisfied the canons of a strict orthodoxy.

  175. Before, however, finally dismissing the Essay, I must pause to ask what was the main work in the history of philosophy and thought which it accomplished.

  176. It is in this work that the metaphor of the gradually animated statue occurs.

  177. As far as it is possible for a writer to divest himself of prejudice, and to set to his work with a candid and open mind, seeking help and information from all quarters, Locke does so.

  178. The translation and publication of the Book of Mormon were marked by many scenes of trouble and contention, but success attended the undertaking, and the first edition of the work appeared in print in 1830.

  179. Mormonism" answers: By the vicarious work of the living in their behalf!

  180. It is the faith of this people that while the work of God on earth is carried on by men, yet mortals are but instruments in the Creator's hands for the accomplishment of divine purposes.

  181. But what of the internal work of the Church during these trying periods?

  182. The awful work was carried out with dread dispatch.

  183. The Book of Mormon was before the world; the Church circulated the work as freely as possible.

  184. The work of the ministry was not arrested; the people paused but long enough to bury their dead and clear their eyes from the blinding tears that fell.

  185. There are many who flatter themselves that by suppressing so-called "radical" thought and its diffusion, the present system can be made to work satisfactorily on the basis of ideas of a hundred or a hundred thousand years ago.

  186. And accordingly as we answer the question we either frame appropriate means for frustrating his evil tendencies or, if we see some promise in him, work for his freedom and bid him take advantage of it to make himself and others happy.

  187. These should be made the chief theme of education, but much hard work is necessary before we can reconstruct our ideas of man and his capacities and free ourselves from innumerable persistent misapprehensions.

  188. They set to work to find out exactly what happened under certain circumstances.

  189. In general, however, our scientific men carry on their work and report their results with little or no effective hostility on the part of the clergy or the schools.

  190. It required a century of hard work to establish the most elementary facts which would now be found in a child's book.

  191. It is the avowed purpose of scientific thought to reduce the number of mysteries, and its success has been marvelous, but it has by no means done its perfect work as yet.

  192. And now we use steam and gas engines and water power to generate potent electric currents which do their work far from the source of supply.

  193. For this kind of meditation begets knowledge, and knowledge is really creative inasmuch as it makes things look different from what they seemed before and may indeed work for their reconstruction.

  194. We must reverse this process, as did those who began the great work in experimental science; we must first face the facts, and patiently await the emergence of a new philosophy.

  195. When but twenty-two years old he was already sketching out a work which he planned to call Temporis Partus Maximus (The Greatest Thing Ever).

  196. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "work" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
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    abatis; accomplish; accomplishment; achieve; achievement; acidify; act; acting; action; activity; adaptation; advance; advantage; adventure; affair; affairs; affect; agency; aleatory; alloy; amalgamate; answer; arrangement; art; article; artifact; assignment; attain; attempt; author; autograph; avail; bag; ballet; bank; bar; barbican; barrage; barricade; barrier; bartizan; bastion; battlement; bear; befit; beget; behave; behavior; bend; benefit; bias; blend; blow; blubber; boil; bomb; book; boom; breakwater; breastwork; breed; bubble; buffer; bulkhead; bulwark; burble; burden; business; busy; calling; carbonate; career; carve; cast; cause; char; charade; charge; child; chisel; chore; classic; coalesce; coinage; color; combine; commerce; commingle; commission; commitment; compass; compose; composition; compound; conceive; concern; concoct; concoction; conduct; conglomerate; consummate; contract; copy; coup; crack; craft; create; creation; creature; cultivate; culture; curtain; cut; dam; deal; dealings; decay; decipher; decode; deed; defense; delve; descant; design; dialogue; dig; dike; direct; direction; discharge; disentangle; dispatch; dispose; distillation; ditch; divine; document; doing; doings; dope; draft; drama; draught; draughtsman; draughty; drawbridge; dress; drive; driving; drudge; drudgery; duologue; duty; earthwork; effect; effectuate; effervesce; effort; embankment; employ; employment; emulsify; enact; enclosure; endeavor; engagement; engender; engineer; entanglement; enterprise; errand; escarpment; essay; essence; establish; etude; execute; execution; exercise; exert; exertion; explain; exploit; extract; extravaganza; fabrication; fag; failure; fallow; fashion; father; fathom; fatigue; feat; fence; ferment; fertilize; fetch; fiction; figure; fit; fix; fizz; fizzle; flop; folio; force; forge; form; fortification; forward; found; frame; fruit; fulfill; fun; function; functioning; fuse; game; gate; generate; gest; get; glacis; grind; groin; grotesque; guess; gurgle; hand; handicraft; handiwork; handle; handling; happening; harmonization; harrow; hash; hew; hiss; hit; hoe; hold; holograph; homework; hydrate; inaugurate; incline; induce; industry; influence; integrate; interest; interlace; interlard; intermingle; intermix; interpret; intertwine; interweave; invention; issue; jam; jetty; job; jumble; juvenile; knead; labor; lead; letter; levee; lick; lifework; line; list; literature; lookout; loophole; make; manage; management; maneuver; manipulate; manipulation; manufacture; manuscript; masque; master; masterpiece; matter; measure; meet; melodrama; merge; metier; militate; mine; mingle; mint; mintage; miracle; mission; mix; moat; mobile; model; moil; mold; mole; monologue; moonlight; morality; mould; moulder; mouldy; mound; move; movements; mulch; mystery; nitrate; nocturne; nonfiction; notebook; novel; nude; number; obligation; occasion; occupation; office; offspring; opera; operate; operation; oppress; opus; orchestration; original; originate; origination; outcome; outgrowth; overdrive; overtax; overwork; oxidize; pageant; palisade; pantomime; paper; paperback; parapet; parchment; pass; passage; pastoral; percolate; perform; performance; performing; persuade; piece; pilot; plan; play; plod; plop; plow; plumb; ply; poem; post; practice; praxis; predispose; preparation; proceed; proceeding; produce; product; production; profession; profit; program; project; promote; prompt; proposition; province; prune; psych; publication; purpose; pursuit; qualify; racket; rake; rampart; ravel; reach; react; realize; recension; redoubt; reduce; resolve; responsibility; result; review; riddle; roadblock; role; run; running; satisfy; scarp; sconce; score; scramble; scrip; script; scroll; sculpture; seawall; seethe; serial; serve; service; shape; show; shuffle; simmer; sire; sketch; sketchbook; skit; slavery; soap; solve; sonata; spade; sparkle; specialization; specialty; spectacle; stamp; stand; statue; steer; steering; step; stint; stockade; storybook; strain; stretch; strive; striving; stroke; struggle; study; stunt; succeed; success; suffice; sway; sweat; swing; tableau; tailor; take; task; tax; tease; tend; thin; thing; tick; till; tinge; title; toil; tome; tone; tool; trade; transaction; transcript; transcription; travail; treadmill; trick; trio; tug; turn; typescript; undertaking; undo; unlock; unravel; unriddle; untangle; untwist; use; utilize; variation; vaudeville; vehicle; venture; version; virtu; vocation; volume; walk; wall; weed; wield; work; working; workings; works; wrestle; writing

    Some related collocations, pairs and triplets of words:
    work again; work and; work cited; work entitled; work for; work force; work hard; work here; work like; work should; work together; work which; work wickedness; work with; worked hard; worked out; working away; working capital; working classes; working expenses; working hypothesis; working miracles; working model; working parties; working people; works were