laborite

noun
la·bor·ite | \ˈlā-bə-ˌrīt \

Definition of laborite 

1 : a member of a group favoring the interests of labor

2 capitalized

a : a member of a political party devoted chiefly to the interests of labor

b usually Labourite : a member of the British Labour party

First Known Use of laborite

1887, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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