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Definition of "laborers" []

  • A person engaged in physical work, esp of an unskilled kind (noun)
  • Plural form of laborer. (noun)

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Use "laborers" in a sentence
  • "Recently Kautsky wrote that the Socialist Party, besides occupying itself with the interests of the manual laborers, "must also concern itself with all social questions, but that _its attitude on these questions is determined by the interests of the manual laborers_.""
  • "Then he'd pay his help — what we called the laborers, see — then."
  • "Some russians found new jobs in small family firms or as short-term laborers; the share of such workers rose from 1 to 12 percent of total employment between 1992 and 1999, an increase of about 6.6 million workers."