Labourite

(redirected from Laborites)
Also found in: Thesaurus.

Labourite

(ˈleɪbəˌraɪt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an adherent of the Labour Party

La•bour•ite

(ˈleɪ bəˌraɪt)

n.
a member or supporter of the Labour Party.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Labourite - a member of the British Labour Party
British Labour Party, Labour Party, Labour, Labor - a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900; characterized by the promotion of labor's interests and formerly the socialization of key industries
pol, political leader, politico, politician - a person active in party politics
Translations

labourite

laborite (US) [ˈleɪbəraɪt] N (pej) → laborista mf

labourite

n (pej)Labour-Anhänger m

Labourite

[ˈleɪbəˌraɪt] nlaburista m/f
References in periodicals archive ?
Meanwhile, the Food Branch also checked and tested samples of juices provided to various shops and forwarded samples to laborites for testing.
Top 12 teams comprising PIA, PTV, Pakistan Wapda, KESC, Islamabad, Punjab, Khan Research Laborites (KRL), Pakistan Police, FATA, Pakistan Air Force and host Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are taking part.
He said top teams comprising PIA, PTV, Pakistan Wapda, KESC, Islamabad, Punjab, Khan Research Laborites (KRL), Pakistan Police, FATA, Pakistan Air Force and host Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will participate.
Tenders are invited for Construction of new building of laborites ground floor for school of chemical sciences under rusa in the premises of nmu jalgaon
Terry Irving argued that conscription was 'the lightning rod' that attracted Laborites disappointed with the performance of Labor governments since 1910.
When the leftist Laborites had their turn at mandating what all British children should know and be able to do, they eliminated important leaders such as Sir Winston Churchill from teachers' suggested lesson plans.
But the first laser mean was developed at Bell Laborites in 1960 and, since then, more than 10 Nobel Prizes have been awarded for its research and development.
We do not need trash produced in propaganda laborites.
So by March 2003, when the first American and allied tanks rolled into Iraq, laborites there, who had been hoping for Saddam's overthrow for decades, were mostly cheering.
After decades of frustration in their efforts to win American Jews to their original, old-world socialist platform, the Laborites eventually recognized the need to Americanize, and began "discarding irrelevant and anachronistic doctrinal assumptions," as Raider puts it.
By the analysis of white laborites, "the poor, illiterate [working-class] Negro, coming from the plantations, drawn to the North by stories of undreamed wealth" was victimized by "bad advice" from its own community's elite - advice purchased by white corporate officials.
Ontario laborites promised to free the parliamentary system from the grips of the profiteers and their political henchmen and to return parliament to the people.