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Definition of "labourers" []

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

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Use "labourers" in a sentence
  • "They were gnarled, rustic-looking men, shepherds or labourers from the olive groves, perhaps, with faces deeply stained by the ferocious suns of farther south."
  • "Both in Demarara and Antigua the question of introducing black and coloured labourers from the United States is seriously under consideration."
  • "On this account several thousands of labourers from the other parts of Persia proceed thither annually, but who, on the approach of the deadly heats of summer, retire from the province."
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