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peon

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of peon

  1. a person who does very hard or dull work <the company had plenty of low-paying positions for people who were content to be peons all their lives> Synonyms dogsbody [chiefly British], drone, drudge, drudger, fag, foot soldier, grub, grubber, grunt, laborer, slave, plugger, slavey, slogger, toiler, workerRelated Words workhorse; coolie, serfNear Antonyms goldbrick, shirker; drone, idler, lazybones, loafer, slouch, slug, sluggard




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