[ hwahyt-kol-er, wahyt- ]
SEE DEFINITION OF white-collar

Synonyms for white-collar

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It was an office building for clerks and timekeepers and other white-collar workers.

But the white-collar ranks were teeming, overflowing, supersaturated.

I couldn't have been a lawyer or a clerk or a white-collar worker.

I suppose Mr. Callahan is wondering what sort of workmen to get next, since his white-collar class has left, apparently.

The girl emerging from high school and looking for work is usually on the lookout for what in a boy we call a "white-collar job."

He regarded it as a device of the exploiting classes to teach submission to their white-collar slaves.

"It's an old stunt," said Dawson, unbending a little from his suspicion of "white-collar" meddling in labor troubles.

Bright specks that were commute ships, little eggs that carried businessmen and white-collar workers around.

In industry, the proportion of women in blue-collar and white-collar jobs was about equal.

It included all the white-collar workers, professionals, and army officers.