Related (5): employees, hands, workforce, peasants, proletarians
[ˈlāb(ə)rər] ✕ Play
labourers (plural noun)
- a person doing unskilled manual work for wages:
Synonymsworkman, worker, hand, roustabout, drudge, menial, peon, navvy, cottar, kanaka, mechanic, cottier
"Labourers" Example Sentences
Common Phases1. The labourers were busy clearing the construction site; some were digging trenches while others were carrying heavy equipment.
2. In the scorching heat, the labourers toiled hard to lay the foundation of the building; their determination and hard work were commendable.
3. The group of labourers were working in unison, each performing their task with precision and speed; it was clear that they had worked together for a long time.
4. The skilled labourers were creating intricate carvings on the wooden panels; their expertise and attention to detail were impeccable.
5. Despite the rain, the labourers continued to work tirelessly to complete the road repairs; their dedication to their work was admirable.
6. A group of migrant labourers had been hired to harvest the crops; their hard work ensured that the produce was harvested on time and efficiently.
7. The construction company employed a team of labourers from a nearby village; their hard work and perseverance helped complete the project ahead of schedule.
8. The labourers were taking a break from their work, sitting under the shade of a tree and sipping on water; they deserved the rest after a long day's work.
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