hard-working

[ hahrd-wur-king ]SEE DEFINITION OF hard-working

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARD-WORKING

His father was a hard-working labourer of the parish of St. Austell, in Cornwall.

A hard-working little chap, his days were filled with sharp suspense.

Doubtless, however, he considered her strong and hard-working.

I want to have from yourself what like the people are,—are they as hard-working, are they as 'cute as our own?

He, this man who had robbed me of my hard-working, purposeful existence.

For the hard-working man there is plenty of work—if you really want it.

You give me to understand that he is steady, hard-working, and properly ambitious.

My scholar has been left very poor, but he is hard-working and industrious.

His wife was known as a hard-working woman, and that was all that could be learned about her.

She was a hard-working, honest, and well-meaning soul, but she was not her husband's equal.

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