union-made

[ yoon-yuhn-meyd ]
/ ˈyun yənˈmeɪd /

adjective

produced by workers belonging to a labor union.

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Example sentences from the Web for union-made

  • As a result of this movement union laborers will, as is hoped, buy only union-made goods.

  • In some instances this is not the case, and the union-made articles are as good and as cheap as others.

  • Well give a good exhibition of union-made, hand-sewn baseball on Wednesday thatll tickle the college to death.

    Weatherby's Inning|Ralph Henry Barbour