hired handSEE DEFINITION OF hired hand
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For a time the young man was engaged as a hired hand upon a farm.
For eight years Joe had worked as a hired hand for other farmers.
It had been maddening, as a hired hand, to be able to feel and touch this magic, and not to have it for his own.
He often worked for me as a hired hand at the same time that I was his deputy.
Most every farmer's hired hand raised from two to five children.
A man, whom she recognized as a hired hand from a ranch in the neighbourhood, stood in the entrance with a packet in his hand.
You will go down to town and take charge of the Shirley House at once, or go to work as a hired hand here.
In the employment of the fur companies the trappers are of two kinds, called the "hired hand," and the "free trapper."
Harkey's hired hand went home with Dade Walker who considered that walk the pleasant finish to a very interesting day's work.
He made his way first to Walla Walla, where he was employed as a hired hand for a year.