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Definition of "labourer" []

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

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Use "labourer" in a sentence
  • "Let us investigate the way of living of a labourer from a parish in the Bradfield Poor"
  • "It hearks back to the biblical assertion that the labourer is worthy of his hire – and I have no problem with that."
  • "The lot of the Essex farm labourer is as bad as it can be."