Definition of picketer in English:

picketer

noun

  • See picket

    • ‘Thousands of other workers who were approaching the factory to start the morning's work joined the picketers and began a strike.’
    • ‘One police officer explained that they were responding to complaints and that, while they were in solidarity with picketers, they would have to arrest everyone.’
    • ‘We make our way to the theater, where noisy picketers are demonstrating against the very education reforms that had been on the governor's agenda earlier in the day.’
    • ‘The picketers had been protesting for more than a month, demanding jobs, with no response from government authorities.’
    • ‘The courts were quick to grant injunctions strictly limiting the number of picketers, so as to ensure the strikebreaking operation could go forward unimpeded.’

Pronunciation

picketer

/ˈpɪkɪtə/