of or relating to a union of persons engaged in a particular trade.
of or relating to syndicalism.
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How to use syndical in a sentence
As for the new features, the syndical courts proposed by Laffmas, they were not even put into practice.
Also the journals of the Commune and the delegates of the syndical Chambers in vain summoned the electors to the ballot-box.History of the Commune of 1871 | P. Lissagary
The declaration of toleration gave free scope to the workingmen to form their syndical chambers.
The main function of the syndical chamber was to promote the organization of co-operative societies.
First the members of one and the same trade were to form a syndical chamber of their trade.