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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAGE-EARNER

He is obliged to offer himself as a wage-earner or a tenant.

At the age of fifteen Charles embarked again on his career as a wage-earner.

For the wage-earner cannot live without his wage, and the wage was not forthcoming.

She liked the personal independence which was accorded her as a wage-earner.

But a new force had come into American politics—the wage-earner.

The future of American democracy is the future of the American wage-earner.

It is a distinction of function, the function of the capitalist and the function of the wage-earner.

The wage-earner was master of the situation and did not hesitate to make his power felt.

Thereafter El Nacional turned out with the other coast craft and became a wage-earner.

In every industrial struggle in that sweated city he interposed his strong word to demand justice for the wage-earner.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WAGE-EARNER

employee

nounperson being paid for working for another or a corporation
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.