Definition of Hard worker
1. Noun. Someone who works as hard as a slave.
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Literary usage of Hard worker
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Leaders of Men, Or, Types and Principles of Success, as Illustrated in the by Henry Woldmar Ruoff (1902)
"Y STRUGGLES — HOW HE COMPLETED HIS COLLEGE COURSE A hard worker AND BRILLIANT SPEAKER IN COLLEGE PREPARES FOR THE BAR HIS RAPID RISE AS A LAWYER—. ..."
2. A Cyclopedia of Canadian Biography: Being Chiefly Men of the Time. A by George Maclean Rose (1886)
"He was an ardent lover of the temperance cause, and a hard worker among the Sons of Temperance of the Province of Quebec. The Grand Division elected him as ..."
3. Livingstone's History of the Republican Party: A History of the Republican by William Livingstone (1900)
"... Cleveland in 18!i2, but soon saw the error of my ways, and came over to the right side, and have since been a hard worker for the Republican party. ..."
4. Life and Narrative of William J. Anderson Twenty-four Years a Slave Or: The by William J. Anderson (1857)
"The Sabbath was observed where I lived; but my master was a hard worker and sometimes whipped hard; but my mother thinking all things were right, ..."