Definitions of "picket"
  1. An individual deployed by a workers' union at a relevant workplace during a labor conflict
  2. The act of stationing individuals in prominent places as a protest tactic
  3. The method of showing dissent through the use of stationed individuals
How to use "picket" in a sentence
  1. The employees decided to picket the company after their demands for better pay were ignored.
  2. As a sign of protest, the workers decided to picket outside their employer's office.
  3. The decision to picket was an effective strategy, leading to changes in company policy.

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