worker[ wur-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF worker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORKER
Yes, it was simply that: she was making him a man, a worker, a lover once more.
He is as thorough a worker in the cause of religion, morality and benevolence as in trade.
Plainly, just so much as the means of life cost which will keep up the worker's strength.
The very word itself implies that the profit of the labour is the worker's own.
His father was probably a worker in glass, to which trade Bernard was brought up.
Yes, he's been working; and one must forgive everything to the worker, mustn't one?
He rushed towards the cave of Elgiva, the worker of wonders.
Of one He will make a worker, and of another He fashions to Himself a lover.
But the hardest to learn is not that of the worker, but of the messenger and lover.
There was one worker, however, who felt nothing of this depression.