Workfolk
Workfolk \Work"folk`\, n. People that labor. [1913 Webster]

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  • workfolk — or workfolks noun plural Date: 14th century working people; especially farm workers …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • workfolk — /werrk fohk /, n. pl. people who work for a wage, salary, commission, etc., esp. rural or agricultural employees. Also, workfolks. [1425 75; late ME; see WORK, FOLK] * * * …   Universalium

  • workfolk — n. laborers; agricultural workers …   English contemporary dictionary

  • workfolk — work•folk [[t]ˈwɜrkˌfoʊk[/t]] also work′folks n. pl. people who work for a wage, commission, etc., esp. rural or agricultural workers • Etymology: 1425–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • workfolk — /ˈwɜkfoʊk/ (say werkfohk) plural noun → workpeople. Also, US Colloquial, workfolks …   Australian English dictionary

  • workfolk — noun plural or workfolks ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ : working people; especially : farm workers …   Useful english dictionary

  • workfolks — noun plural see workfolk …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • workfolks — noun plural see workfolk * * * workˈfolk or workˈfolks plural noun Workers • • • Main Entry: ↑work …   Useful english dictionary

  • wyrfolk — obs. variant of workfolk …   Useful english dictionary

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