Thesaurus / toiler
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The capitalists, banded together for the sole purpose of pillage and loot, had already succeeded in enslaving the toiler.

Under such adverse conditions, available supplies for but a few days only, stand between the toiler and gaunt hunger.

Solaris FarmMilan C. Edson

They had stolen up behind the toiler, and now stood laughing together in sweet merriment.

PenrodBooth Tarkington

It has seized Labor in its clutches and wrings a ransom out of every toiler in the land.

All his life he had been a toiler, and joy had been with him in the fierce combat which he had waged day by day.

A Millionaire of YesterdayE. Phillips Oppenheim

To him the orphan's rags, the shame of woman, and the anguish of the toiler never appealed in vain.

Coaches and fours were driven through the proclamation; the well-to-do got good weight, and the toiler—shinbone!

None had measured mid-day for any toiler, or served as reckoning point for the close of his labour.

The AlpsMartin Conway

Mary's letters to Joyce began to take on a cheerful tone that was vastly encouraging to the toiler in the studio.

Thus he saw them, thus he heard, whilst the pale and watery sunlight lit up the form of the toiler in Pheræ.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.