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1. labourer

noun. someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor.

Synonyms

  • working person
  • peon
  • logger
  • sawyer
  • rail-splitter
  • platelayer
  • lumberjack
  • dishwasher
  • day laborer
  • tracklayer
  • hodman
  • docker
  • galley slave
  • porter
  • stevedore
  • hired hand
  • woodcutter
  • fireman
  • dockhand
  • muleteer
  • lumper
  • section hand
  • gravedigger
  • mule driver
  • jack
  • hod carrier
  • sprayer
  • dockworker
  • splitter
  • faller
  • gandy dancer
  • dock-walloper
  • longshoreman
  • dock worker
  • manual laborer
  • loader
  • cleaner
  • itinerant
  • agricultural labourer
  • digger
  • drudge
  • hired man
  • yardman
  • miner
  • wrecker
  • stacker
  • workingman
  • hewer
  • gypsy
  • laborer
  • bracero
  • lumberman
  • mineworker
  • stoker
  • working man
  • day labourer
  • steeplejack
  • skinner
  • mule skinner
  • navvy
  • hand
  • agricultural laborer
  • workman
  • gipsy

Antonyms

  • employer
  • splitter
  • lower
  • lumper

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Example sentences of the word labourer


1. Noun, singular or mass
If this is the case, often a labourer will have to come to your house and resize the window hole to match a size that is available at a home improvement store.

2. Adjective, comparative
Because labourer positions can fall into a multitude of categories, this will tell a potential employer you are capable of working in several labour-oriented careers, such as warehouse work, cleaning and general maintenance.

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