working man

NOUN
  1. an employee who performs manual or industrial labor
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How To Use working man In A Sentence

  • He seemed to be working many hours each day to cause that to happen, (maybe "swatter" is right and he's on the take). Sound Politics: I'm Running for Office
  • His 80-year-old mother Irene said her son was a hard-working man and a lovely child.
  • Let all encouragement be given to the "working man" who takes advantage of the fact that the schoolmaster is abroad, but do not encourage the "working man" in bookmaking. Current Literature
  • Sugiko has the more complicated situation, with suitors including a poor but honorable working man, a kind-hearted but ineffectual rich beau and casting agents from a film studio. Silent Films, Silent Sorrow
  • Party of the guy who kited the mortgage deals, got bailed out, and left the working man living in his car. Happy Days Aren't Here Again
  • Woe betide the working man or woman who has the gall to turn up for an afternoon meeting with alcohol on the breath, even if it was from one quick half, even if it does help you through the pain barrier of an agonising, endless sales seminar.
  • Working manfully through the tower of invoices and feeding their details into the computer, he reflected upon the frustrating job held by the painters of the Forth bridge, and decided they had it easy.
  • A hard working man, he had a fine knowledge of the land and was a good judge of livestock.
  • You are a rapist and a pillager and a thief of the working man's rights," it read, "and may you rot in hell. Motown Mechanic
  • This is not a tale of City greed v the downtrodden working man. Times, Sunday Times
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