unionist

[ UK /jˈuːni‍ənˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ˈjunjənəst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a worker who belongs to a trade union
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How To Use unionist In A Sentence

  • Now, from the left, comes a ragtag assortment of college kids, labor unionists, conspiracy theorists and others who've taken to the streets in protests dubbed "Occupy Wall Street.
  • The nationalist people lived in the shadow of the Unionist monolith for fifty years until the events of the 1960's occurred.
  • The results exposed deepening sectarian polarisation between nationalist and unionist voters.
  • Some Democratic Unionists do precisely this by, for example, listing their active involvement with the Orders on their election literature.
  • Alderman Lewis, a trade unionist and local Labour politician from the Midlands.
  • But it suits Nationalists and unionists alike to maintain the fiction of an indivisible UK health service.
  • If this force is hijacked by the likes of this man and those who vilify trade unionists emerging from the rubble of a tyranny, then there really is no hope at all.
  • The results exposed deepening sectarian polarisation between nationalist and unionist voters.
  • Just read the Letters page of this newspaper, full of fulminations against the unionists and the Democratic Unionists.
  • Eight anarchist trade unionists were arrested: four were hanged, one committed suicide in prison and the remaining three were eventually pardoned.
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