Labourite

or La·bour·ist

[ley-buh-rahyt]

Origin of Labourite

First recorded in 1900–05; see origin at Labour party, -ite1
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Examples from the Web for labourite

Historical Examples of labourite

  • Quite a character; socialist, labourite, agitator, general crank; anything for a row.

    The Vanishing Man

    R. Austin Freeman


British Dictionary definitions for labourite

Labourite

noun
  1. an adherent of the Labour Party
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