Never had I eaten so much bread, and with the hunks of Gruyre cheese I felt almost like a day-laborer.
Does gold cost the day-laborer as much in California as in New York?
Large Chinese houses monopolize the trade, and the Chinese artisan and day-laborer have driven out all others.
A day-laborer may have cut the stone, but only the artist could conceive the idea.
The mechanic, the day-laborer, has but one way to live; his body must provide for his body.
He is at most times a day-laborer, slouchy in his bearing and slovenly in his dress.
I would rather see him a common soldier or sailor, or day-laborer, earning his bread by any honest toil.
The little cottage which stood in the midst of a wild patch of garden was inhabited by a day-laborer.
What are the relations of culture to common life, of the scholar to the day-laborer?
As a rule, however, he dresses nearly as well as the day-laborer, and sometimes far better.