Simple Definition of picket line
: a line or group of people who are refusing to go to work until their employer agrees to certain demands
Full Definition of picket line
1 : a position held by a line of military pickets
2 : a line of people picketing a business, organization, or institution
Examples of picket line in a sentence
She joined her coworkers on the picket line.
First Known Use of picket line
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Legal Definition of picket line
: a line of people picketing a business, institution, or organization
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