Definition of Dockers

1. Noun. (plural of docker) ¹



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Definition of Dockers

1. docker [n] - See also: docker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dockers

docimastic
docimasy
docimology
docity
dock
dock-cress
dock-walloper
dock worker
dockable
dockage
dockages
docked
docken
dockens
docker
dockers (current term)
docket
docketed
docketing
docketing software
dockets
dockhand
dockhands
docking facility
docking fee
docking protein
docking station
docking stations
dockings

Literary usage of Dockers

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1. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Including A Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides by James Boswell, John Wilson Croker (1831)
"I am against the dockers ' ; I am a Plymouth man. Rogues ! let them die of thirst. They shall not have a drop !" Lord Macartney obligingly favoured me with ..."

2. Unemployment: A Problem of Industry by William Henry Beveridge Beveridge (1912)
"Organised fluidity. The bulk of employment still unorganised. The observed excess of labour. Average earnings of casual dockers. 3. ..."

3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1890)
"CHAPTER V. The dockers' Strike—Trades Union Congress—Mr. Chamberlain's Visit to Birmingham—Lord Hartington at Ilkley—Lord B. Churchill in Wales—The Welsh ..."

4. Labour Legislation, Labour Movements, and Labour Leaders by George Howell (1902)
"The dockers' Strike: Origin of New Unionism.—As the origin, progress, and programme of the New Unionists have been dealt with at some length and fulness in ..."

5. Labour Legislation, Labour Movements, and Labour Leaders by George Howell (1902)
"The dockers' Strike: Origin of New Unionism.—As the origin, progress, and programme of the New Unionists have been dealt with at some length and fulness in ..."

6. Catholic Socialism by Francesco Saverio Nitti (1895)
"... according to Cardinal Manning—Cardinal Manning and the dockers' Strike—Monsignor Lynch and the Right to Existence—State Socialism of Monsignor Bagshawe ..."

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