lunch-bucket

adjective
lunch-buck·et | \ˈlənch-ˌbə-kət \

Definition of lunch-bucket 

: of, relating to, or possessing working-class values : blue-collar lunch-bucket issues a lunch-bucket athlete

First Known Use of lunch-bucket

1956, in the meaning defined above

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