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  • n  a person who works only for money

  • An ambulance chaser is a lawyer's tout (hireling, doctor, nurse, policeman, friend, acquaintance) who persuades an injured person to hire the lawyer to sue for personal .
  • Antonio Pallante was no workaday, hireling killer; he belonged to the fevered race of political assassins who act alone.
  • Isvestia, official daily, explained that this man used to be "the hireling of capitalist traders," namely Wanamaker's Department Store, and is now "the bourgeois counter .
Quotes

  • Ayman al-Zawahri in Chicago Tribune
    The guardian of Muslims in Tehran is cooperating with the Americans in occupying Iraq and Afghanistan and recognizes the two hireling governments there,al-Zawahri said.
  • Francis Scott Key in New York Times
    Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pollution,Key wrote of the enemy, a line perhaps not ill suited for hockey games, but difficult to imagine teaching 3-year-olds. "No refuge could save the hireling and slave from the terror...

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