day laborer

NOUN
  1. a laborer who works by the day; for daily wages
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How To Use day laborer In A Sentence

  • They say the system is broken and it is creating hardship for day laborers and their families.
  • The Alentejo has traditionally been a region of low population density, latifundia that originated in the Roman estate system, and landless day laborers.
  • I watched day laborers with warped ideas of what it meant to be the boss become absolute dictators in the church. Christianity Today
  • What we call the workingman, the day laborer, the mechanic, the mill hand, had no existence as classes. A School History of the United States
  • As a day laborer , he had no health or disability insurance.
  • Authorities say the trio offered the day laborers work and then drove them to secluded areas to rob them at knifepoint.
  • We know very little about Vargas non-actor Argentino Vargas is an Argentine day laborer, apart from the fact that he has been locked away for decades and that he is deucedly deft with a machete, at one point pulling into his boat a stray goat that he butchers quicker than you could withdraw $30 from an ATM. The woods are lovely, dark and deep
  •            Philbin had seen them all: punk kids go-carting carts, idle day laborers sitting on overturned carts and bums warming themselves around immolated carts. Who Will Carry Us?
  • On Maryland's Eastern Shore, day laborers show up to shuck oysters, no questions asked, no documents needed.
  • As an apprentice, you will eventually be preparing yourself to eventually present your masterpiece at the Great Guild Hall - hired out as a journeyman, or hired day laborer for one of our town's projects.
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