variants: or British labouristic \ ¦lābə¦ristik \

Definition of laboristic

: characterized by policies or attitudes favorable to labor this chamber … turned out to be so much more Fascist than laboristic— H. R. Spencer a laboristic society

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First Known Use of laboristic

1911, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for laboristic

labor entry 1 + -istic

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