Vagabond, errand-boy, vagabond, labourer, porter, clerk, chief manager, small partner, Josiah Bounderby of Coketown.
The West Indian labourer quickly began to earn a better report.
The Rectory gate clicked sharply as it swung to behind the labourer.
But what labourer, let us ask, with a full conception of the circumstances, would blame him?
Still we have bottled most of it and the labourer accepts his loveless lot.
He was dressed as a labourer, and his rough hands showed that he was accustomed to hard work.
Harvey was as indefatigable a labourer as any we have named.
If a labourer can go and produce any kind of wealth, and exchange it for food and necessaries, of course he may do so.
Her father was a labourer, an' all she could see in front of her was the life of a labourer's wife.
labourer saddling melancholy grey, elaborately stained on both quarters.