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Origin of Luddite
OTHER WORDS FROM LudditeLud·dism, Lud·dit·ism, noun
Example sentences from the Web for luddites
Graedon comes down firmly on the side of the luddites, but her vision of the future is less alarmist than alarmingly within reach.
Paul Krugman has a column today on a topic you don't normally get much of from economists: sympathy for the Luddites.
Among the numerous manufacturers whose works were attacked by the Luddites, was the inventor of the bobbin-net machine himself.Self-Help|Samuel Smiles
The attitude of the Luddites had become more openly threatening.
I suppose it will not be for very long, for I expect that we shall not hear very much more of the Luddites.
The attack on the mill has come at last and we have given the Luddites a handsome thrashing.
In November many Luddites were convicted, and sixteen were executed by sentence of a special commission sitting at York.The Political History of England - Vol XI|George Brodrick
British Dictionary definitions for luddites
noun English history
Derived forms of LudditeLuddism, noun
Word Origin for Luddite
Cultural definitions for luddites
Opponents of the introduction of labor-saving machinery. The original Luddites, followers of a legendary Ned Ludd, were British laborers of the early nineteenth century who smashed textile-making machines that threatened their jobs.