A physician who aids labor and delivery but does not provide prenatal care.(noun)
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Use "laborist" in a sentence
"In Denning's formulation, the Popular Front is more productively viewed in Gramscian terms, as a "historical bloc uniting industrial unionists, Communists, independent socialists, community activists, and émigré anti-fascists around laborist social democracy, anti-fascism and anti-lynching.""
"Syndicalism, on the contrary, is indubitably laborist in origin and aim, owing next to nothing to the "Classes," and, indeed,, resolute to uproot them."
"New laborist, nurse midwives hired at Cape Cod Hospital"