She is as well bred, as well taught, as well qualified by nature to command respect, as any hirer of a governess you know.
If he does not like the hirer's conditions he need not accept them.
The crowd of boats lashed to each other in strings ready for the hirer disconcerted me.
He, therefore, and not the hirer is responsible for the negligence of the chauffeur.
I write to Whitehead, the hirer of horses, by this post, and suppose you will hear no more of him.
"This or none" he would say to any hirer who dared to remonstrate.
When the hirer returned, a heated pedestrian, Grubb would ignore all verbal complaints, and examine the machine gravely.
The hirer desired him to fix his own time, whereupon the writer drew a promissory note, making it payable at the day of judgment.
But neither of them imagined the enormity which the hirer of the chaise had in truth contemplated.
The bailor is not responsible generally for any negligence of the hirer in operating the car.
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.)).