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synonyms for hiring

  • appoint
  • bring in
  • draft
  • employ
  • engage
  • enlist
  • lease
  • obtain
  • pick
  • promise
  • rent
  • retain
  • select
  • authorize
  • book
  • carry
  • charter
  • delegate
  • empower
  • exploit
  • ink
  • let
  • occupy
  • place
  • pledge
  • procure
  • secure
  • sublease
  • sublet
  • utilize
  • add to payroll
  • bring on board
  • contract for
  • fill a position
  • find help
  • give a break
  • give job to
  • give work
  • make use of
  • put on
  • put to work
  • sign on
  • sign up
  • take on
  • truck with
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antonyms for hiring

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  • dismiss
  • fire
  • let go
  • lose
  • refuse
  • reject
  • release
  • shun
  • cancel
  • keep
  • discharge
  • lay off
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How to use hiring in a sentence

The King of France, they say, is hiring of sixty sail of ships of the Dutch, but it is not said for what design.
DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, COMPLETESAMUEL PEPYS
We are brought on to a day in February, on which was held the yearly statute or hiring fair in the county-town of Casterbridge.
FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWDTHOMAS HARDY
Things, however, might be easier when the crop was sown, and if not she must insist upon his hiring extra help.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
The news that the king was hiring Germans and bribing the Indians on the frontier to make trouble, made the Americans very angry.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
I don't know but I might make one among them myself, now and then, if it was not for the expensiveness of hiring of a horse.'
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
Slave-holding was considered no more inconsistent with Christianity, than hiring servants is at the North.
THE WAY TO ABOLISH SLAVERYCHARLES STEARNS
My dear Lilburne, don't talk of hiring nurses; certainly, I am too happy if they can be of comfort to you.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
On Tuesday morning we set out about ten on our way to Nice, hiring a carriage and taking post-horses.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
Instead of hiring women, I try to hire their husbands, and then I usually have them both working for me.
LETTERS FROM A SELF-MADE MERCHANT TO HIS SONGEORGE HORACE LORIMER
There are so many infected PCs on the Internet that the price of hiring an hour or two on a botnet has crashed.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
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