Definition of Labourite

1. Noun. A member of the British Labour Party.




Definition of Labourite

1. Noun. a member or supporter of the Labour Party, the left wing party of Great Britain ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Labourite

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Labbe's neurocirculatory syndrome
Labbe's triangle
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Lablab purpureus
Labonte
Labor
Labor Day
Labor Days
Labor Department
Labor Party
Labor Secretary
Labour
Labour Party
Labourite (current term)
Labourites
Labradoodle
Labradoodles
Labrador
Labrador-Ungava Peninsula
Labrador Peninsula
Labrador Sea
Labrador duck
Labrador ducks
Labrador keratopathy
Labrador retriever
Labrador tea
Labradorian
Labradorians

Literary usage of Labourite

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With by Great Britain Court of King's Bench (1828)
"But it ' will suffice to defeat the plaintiffs' action if the defendant be entitled to a lien for labourite; it is not necessary to contend for the more ..."

2. Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest by Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland (1852)
"It is well known, that the portraits of the lovely young Philippa and her princely boy formed the labourite models, for the Virgin and Child, at that era. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"The Inquisitors did not generally relish such trifling, nor were they to be so easily humbugged out of their labourite diversion of gloating over the ..."

4. Economic Development of Modern Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg (1917)
"The Labourite candidates received an aggregate of 346000 votes, or almost one-fifth of the total number cast ..."

5. Modern Russian History: Being an Authoritative and Detailed History of by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kornilov (1917)
"Next to the Cadets in number and influence was the Labourite Group which consisted mostly of peasants, radically inclined, especially in the land question. ..."

6. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie (1808)
"... well known by the name of Fashion, long suspected of being an errant thief, and even a murderer; although she is a labourite witb genteel company. ..."

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