Our camp looked like a sweat-shop those days, with its cross-legged tailormen and its litter of snippets.
The only possible way to escape from the sweat-shop was to marry.
It is certain that Jerry drove those three women like sweat-shop slaves until the costumes were finished.
For more than a month we've been out on strike, and now we can go back to the sweat-shop.
One of his sketches, the "New Law," about a column and a half long, expresses one aspect of the life led by a sweat-shop family.
There had been a sort of precociousness about the sweat-shop girl he remembered.
It was then that the sweat-shop with all its horrors had its beginning, or at least found its most objectionable development.
An immigrant peril is the sweat-shop labor which this class performs.
sweat-shop methods can never succeed in producing beautiful things.
The Jewish sweat-shop is the tragic penalty paid by that ambitious race.
A small factory or shop in which employees are poorly paid and work under adverse conditions. Sweatshops were especially common in the garment industry during the early twentieth century.
A factory or workplace with very poor labor conditions