Your own country, and your country's cause, above every other; all else is the hireling's part.
I was hireling to a rich farmer, and drove his plough—four oxen there were.
First, because I will not become the hireling of a corporation, to say nothing of this particular one headed by Mr. Bivens.
Some hireling, some enemy of the shepherd, drove it far away from the fold.
He opposes this knowledge to the motives and feelings of the hireling.
The hireling went away and returned with a maid and the Child.
His vote is of no more worth than that of any unprincipled foreigner or hireling native, who may have been bought.
His brothers were the leaders of Rienzi's hireling army—that army were his creatures.
Every tree which one sets with his own hands is better than those which the hireling and stranger have set.
And it was only last night that he had seen Goritz's fellow assassin and hireling.
a labourer employed on hire for a limited time (Job 7:1; 14:6; Mark 1:20). His wages were paid as soon as his work was over (Lev. 19:13). In the time of our Lord a day's wage was a "penny" (q.v.) i.e., a Roman denarius (Matt. 20:1-14).