One who allows oneself to be used for another's profit or advantage; a puppet.
The strength or force of one's position:
A hired farm laborer.
A soldier, often a specialist, engaged in mining operations.
A person under the moral or psychological domination of someone or something
A person in servitude; a serf.
A person in bondage or servitude.
Any of a class of feudal serfs who by the 13th cent. had become freemen in their legal relations to all except their lord, to whom they remained subject as slaves
A slave or convict forced to ply an oar of a galley.
A wage earner whose livelihood is completely dependent on the wages earned.
(Law) An article of movable personal property.
A tool or implement, esp. one used for delicate work or for scientific or artistic purposes
A person who works mechanically without original thought, especially one who responds automatically to the commands of others.
(Informal) Any person of low social status, esp. one employed at menial or tedious work
One who serves or works merely for monetary gain; a hireling.
A person with very minor or menial tasks
A liveried male servant; a footman.
(Pejorative) One who is professionally successful despite producing mediocre work. (Usually applied to persons in a creative field.)
Any animal, as a donkey, used for carrying loads
One who works at a particular occupation or activity:
(Brit.) An unskilled laborer, as on canals, roads, etc.
The definition of a plebe is a new freshman or cadet, especially at a military training academy.
A deck or wharf laborer, especially on the Mississippi River.
(Slang) A woman prostitute.
A man who performs heavy manual or industrial labor.
A woman who is gainfully employed; often, specif., such a woman as distinct from a housewife
Something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort, activity, or agency of a person or thing:
One who performs manual labor
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