Related (13): worker, operative, hand, employee, artisan, craftsman, mechanic, journeyman, tradesman, helper, assistant, peon, laborer
[ˈlāb(ə)rər] ✕ Play
- a person doing unskilled manual work for wages:
Synonymsworkman, worker, hand, roustabout, drudge, menial, peon, navvy, cottar, kanaka, mechanic, cottier
"Labourer" Example Sentences
Common Phases1. The labourer was carrying heavy bags; sweat dripped down his forehead.
2. The labourer was tasked with digging a trench; his muscles strained with every shovelful of dirt.
3. The labourer was repairing a roof; he balanced precariously on a ladder while wielding a hammer.
4. The labourer was painting a large wall; his brush strokes were swift and precise.
5. The labourer was laying bricks for a new building; his hands were covered in a fine layer of mortar.
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