Definition of Salariat

1. Noun. Salary earners as a class or group - often as opposed to wage earners. ¹



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Definition of Salariat

1. the class of salaried persons [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salariat

salamandrids
salamandriform
salamandrina
salamandrine
salamandroid
salamandrous
salami
salami tactics
salami technique
salamis
salamon
salamons
salamstone
salangane
salanganes
salariat (current term)
salariats
salaried
salaries
salaries and fringe benefits
salary
salary cap
salary cut
salary increase
salarying
salaryman
salarymen
salat
salats
salband

Literary usage of Salariat

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1. The Meaning of National Guilds by Maurice Benington Reckitt, Carl Eric Bechhofer Robert (1918)
"The wage-earners have retorted on the salariat by calling them the " black-coated proletariat," but this has led to no greater harmony between the parties! ..."

2. Guild Socialism: An Historical and Critical Analysis by Niles Carpenter (1922)
"The Guildsmen, accordingly, hold that salariat and proletariat must unite to form a newer trade unionism, constituting "a complete fusion into a single ..."

3. Selected Articles on Modern Industrial Movements by Daniel Bloomfield (1919)
"On the railways, in the shipyards and engineering shops, and in other industries the salariat is already organizing, and is showing an increasing tendency ..."

4. Selected Articles on Modern Industrial Movements by Daniel Bloomfield (1919)
"Trade Unionism must, therefore, be widened so as to include the salariat. This is already coming about. On the railways, in the shipyards and engineering ..."

5. A Constitution for the Socialist Commonwealth of Great Britain by Sidney Webb, Beatrice Potter Webb (1920)
"... black-coated salariat," in so far as this realises the fact), as against the divergent interests of the landlord, rentier and capitalist-employer class. ..."

6. Self-government in Industry by George Douglas Howard Cole (1917)
"Some, including many of the best, will be retained by the big capitalists as their high salariat ; some will be driven out ; and some will come over to ..."

7. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1919)
"Ills. 2700 w. Bui-Taylor Society—Aug., 1917. Control and graphical charting of assembling operations. salariat The Judgment of the salariat (82299 N). ..."

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