a card identifying one as a member of a particular labor union.
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How to use union card in a sentence
So when her colleagues began signing union cards with the United Food and Commercial Workers union in October, Holland was completely onboard.Bookstore workers across the country are organizing. D.C.’s Politics and Prose employees are among them. | Karina Elwood | December 20, 2021 | Washington Post
Many of you do not know that he holds a union card—the printers elected him to honorary membership more than a year ago.
Turning from the applause, he introduced Ben Spence as "a labor lawyer, with a union card in place of a heart."
But you—a union card dirtied in your pocket, you, a Judas to your kind—you got no place in a room with decent men.
He didn't like the idea of calling his crew scabs for the engineer carried a union card.The Everett massacre | Walker C. Smith
He could not get the last without a union card, he must take anything, and so he applied from store to store.The "Genius" | Theodore Dreiser
British Dictionary definitions for union card
a membership card for a trade union
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