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Definition of "unionised" []

  • Alternative spelling of unionized, the simple past tense and past participle of unionise (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of unionized. (adjective)
  • Alternative spelling of unionized. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unionised" in a sentence
  • "Mahlon Mitchell, president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, told me in the Capitol rotunda in Madison why the unionised firefighters were there, even though their union was one not targeted by Governor Scott Walker's bill: "This is about an attack on the middle class.""
  • "Equally unacceptable is cutting unionised public sector pay, however many jobs it might save."
  • "The crims have unionised to better appear legitimate, so cops spend their time chasing ordinary householders about cleaning their front steps while transport union operatives go about taking protection money and shooting each other, unhindered by the law."
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