workful

workful

(ˈwɜːkfʊl)
adj
hard-working, full of work
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You saw nothing in Coketown but what was severely workful.
One of the most refreshing aspects of Richard Whittington-Egan's literary life is that it is clearly brimming with sheer workful vitality and yet deadlines must be anathema.
By some literary smelting process Gradgrind's stony ore is transmuted into metal and he into a "galvanizing apparatus" charged with a "grim mechanical substitute" for the "tender young imaginations" he is intent on destroying, metaphorically coating them with metal by means of galvanic electricity, and setting the key-note for subsequent juxtapositions of the mechanical and the human, the implacably workful and the imaginative and vulnerable (3).
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