workfolk

work·folk

 (wûrk′fōk′) also work·folks (-fōks′)
pl.n.
Laborers, especially farm workers.

workfolk

(ˈwɜːkˌfəʊk) or

workfolks

pl n
(Agriculture) working people, esp labourers on a farm

work•folk

(ˈwɜrkˌfoʊk)

also work′folks`,



n.pl.
people who work for a wage, commission, etc., esp. rural or agricultural workers.
[1425–75]
References in classic literature ?
Tess waited outside the door of the farmhouse till the group of workfolk had received their wages, and then Marian introduced her.
Even though he realised this, and even though he noticed that the footpaths were full of workfolk scurrying hither and thither, he still felt a bit foolish as he approached the entrance.
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