Dr. Hoyle did not find it necessary to hire out any of his slaves as he had enough work to keep them all busy.
There's that chance you have to hire out at the Crowninshields' for the summer.
You cannot hire out for a job unless you are prepared to give a full return for the money paid you.
He had gone over on the stage late in June to hire out for the haying.
Well, what did that young rascal do but grow a beard and hire out as a waiter in the Magnolia Hotel.
I was hailed out and I hadn't got any capital, so I just had to hire out.
He tried to hire out as deck hand, but his age was against him.
Or was he to hire out as a farm-laborer, under he knew not what conditions?
I can hire out to whistle for dogs, and can go around whistling and enjoy myself, and make money.
We'll hire out to somebody for a week or two and write from where we are.
Old English hyrian "pay for service, employ for wages, engage," from Proto-Germanic *hurjan (cf. Danish hyre, Old Frisian hera, Dutch huren, German heuern "to hire, rent"). Reflexively, "to agree to work for wages" from mid-13c. Related: Hired; hiring.
"payment for work, use, or services; wages," from Old English hyr "wages; interest, usury," from Proto-Germanic *hurja- (see hire (v.)).