trade unionist

or trade-un·ion·ist

[treyd yoon-yuh-nist]
Also trades-un·ion·ist.

Origin of trade unionist

First recorded in 1830–40
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Historical Examples of trade unionist

  • That rage against Easton was like the rage of a trade-unionist against a blackleg.

  • A trade-unionist is ready enough to regulate wages and hours, but he gives not a thought to surroundings in factory and workshop.

    Mobilizing Woman-Power

    Harriot Stanton Blatch