Of or relating to wage earners, especially as a class, whose jobs are performed in work clothes and often involve manual labor.(adjective)
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Use "blue-collar" in a sentence
"Trump is what is often called a "blue-collar billionaire" his assets are all paper and non-liquid."
"Howard and Joyce Wyrick keep a garden that he describes as a "blue-collar vegetable garden.""
"In a Gallup poll of Dec. 18, for example, his job approval with these voters—usually described as blue-collar workers—was 40%, down 26 points from January 2009."