2. Noun. (politics) A member of a political party supporting labor. ¹
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Definition of Laborite
1. a supporter of labor interests [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Laborite
Literary usage of Laborite
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Land Or Peace: Whither Israel? by Yael Yishai (1987)
"Unwilling to confront their own government, the laborite LIM members ... Some laborite LIM members insisted on their right to speak out against the LP—or at ..."
2. Information Annual (1917)
"As constituted on its retirement the Cabinet had twelve Liberals, ten Unionists and one laborite. Kitchener had gone: he was drowned on June 6, ..."
3. The Negro Faces America by Herbert Jacob Seligmann (1920)
"Even this laborite has been "stuffed" with stories of assaults by Negroes upon white women. But he makes it quite clear that the white workman of Omaha does ..."
4. Progressivism--and After by William English Walling (1914)
"And, indeed, the fact that Marx himself was a laborite could lead to no other conclusion. But a movement that rests upon all labor and upon labor ..."
5. The Finished Mystery by Charles Taze Russell, Clayton J. Woodworth, George H. Fisher (1918)
"upon ecclesiasticism and Christianity in anger and fury and with hateful envy, so God will do to the Socialistic, laborite order of things. ..."
6. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1915)
"... TJ, and Hexter, Maurice B. State pensions to mothers in Hamilton county, Ohio. Survey 33:289-90 D 12 '14 Edmondson, Vera Feminist and laborite. ..."