laborer

[ley-ber-er]
noun
1.
a person engaged in work that requires bodily strength rather than skill or training: a laborer in the field.
2.
any worker.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see labor, -er1

underlaborer, noun
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Example sentences
Most migrant workers, she says, are not free laborers.
We worked for a while as migrant farm laborers, and then three of us-three
  families-bought a farm.
One central figure holds up one of the fossil bones amidst a host of vigorous
  laborers.
There laborers are paid a pittance to smash, crack, melt and cook the materials
  out of old electronics.
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