Definition of "labor leader" 
- (noun) a leader of a labor movement
Use "labor leader" in a sentence
- "Coinage of this political aphorism is attributed to the labor leader Walter Reuther in the late 1930s, on how to identify a Communist: “If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it just may be a duck.”"
- "In large part this shift in understanding came about through the work of one of my heroes, the late great Tony Mazzochi, a labor leader with the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union, who is frequently referred to as the Rachel Carson of the labor movement."
- "And I was sure there had been a third mistake: Suits had killed Bodine after the former labor leader went after Anna in Lost Hope."