laborer definition

  • noun:
    • One who uses human body power in place of intellectual capacity to make a wage, generally hourly.
    • person who labors in a toilsome occupation; an individual who works that requires energy as opposed to ability, as distinguished from compared to an artisan.
    • person who labors or works together with body or brain, or both; especially, person who is involved with some toilsome real profession; in a more restricted good sense, a person who executes work which requires little ability or unique education, as distinguished from an experienced workman; inside narrowest feeling, such an unskilled workman involved with labor other than that of a domestic servant, especially in husbandry.
    • a person who works together with their fingers; some body involved with handbook labor

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