laborer

laborer
Synonyms and related words:
blue-collar worker, bourgeoisie, breadwinner, casual, casual laborer, common laborer, common people, common run, common sort, commonage, commonality, commonalty, commoners, commons, day laborer, drudge, employee, factory worker, flunky, free lance, free-lancer, full-time worker, hand, industrial worker, jobber, jobholder, laborers, laboring man, linendrapers, lower classes, lower middle class, lower orders, lumpen proletariat, menial, middle class, middle orders, migrant, moiler, navvy, office temporary, operative, ordinary people, peasantry, plain folks, plain people, proletarian, proletariat, rank and file, roustabout, salaried worker, self-employed person, servant, shopkeepers, small tradesmen, stiff, temporary, the lower cut, the other half, the third estate, toiler, toilers, toiling class, upper middle class, vulgus, wage earner, wage slave, wageworker, worker, workgirl, workhand, working class, working girl, working people, workingman, workingwoman, workman

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  • laborer — index artisan, employee Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 laborer …   Law dictionary

  • Laborer — La bor*er, n. [Written also labourer.] One who labors in a toilsome occupation; a person who does work that requires strength rather than skill, as distinguished from that of an {artisan}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • laborer — UK US /ˈleɪbərər/ noun [C] US ► LABOURER(Cf. ↑labourer) …   Financial and business terms

  • laborer — (n.) mid 14c., manual worker, especially an unskilled one, agent noun from LABOR (Cf. labor) (v.). Meaning member of the working class, member of the lowest social rank is from c.1400 …   Etymology dictionary

  • laborer — workingman, workman, *worker, craftsman, handicraftsman, mechanic, artisan, operative, hand, roustabout …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • laborer — [n] worker blue collar worker, drudge, farmhand, grunt, hand, hireling, manual worker, migrant worker, peon, unskilled worker, working man/woman, working stiff*; concept 348 …   New thesaurus

  • laborer — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. worker, work[ing]man or woman, wage earner. See exertion. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. worker, day laborer, unskilled worker, toiler, blue collar worker, manual laborer; carpenter s helper, bricklayer s… …   English dictionary for students

  • laborer — n worker, hand, workman, toiler, moiler, drudge, unskilled laborer, manual laborer, blue collar worker, Inf. hardhat, (in the Southern U.S.) Disparaging. redneck; employee, help, hired hand, hireling, servant; working man or woman, wage earner,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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