Day Laborer | Definition of Day Laborer by Merriam-Webster

Beside him stood Aydin Shahverdiyev, a 53-year-old day laborer from Umudlu, a village near Agdere.— Nabih Bulos, Los Angeles Times, “War uprooted them. Now it gives these Azerbaijanis hope,” 9 Nov. 2020Tzaj is a day laborer who makes $17 per hour doing construction work and does not even know if an attorney who helped him in 2018 applied for asylum for him.

Star Tribune, “After surge and outcry, limbo for Central Americans,” 1 Nov. 2020Brown had spent 21 years in the Navy and had most recently worked as a day laborer

Definition of Day Laborer by Merriam-Webster

Washington Post, “U.S. Navy veteran ruled not competent to stand trial in Va. slaying,” 30 Sep. 2020Tenants must notify landlords in writing and provide documentation supporting their request for a rent reprieve,

but Oliver says the employment agency where he was registered as a day laborer refused to get involved.— Fernanda Santos, New York Times, “Elderly and Homeless:

America’s Next Housing Crisis,” 30 Sep. 2020Zoila fell fast for the soft-spoken day laborer, moving in with him last year just two weeks after their first date.Washington Post, “Live updates: U.S. cases nearly quadrupled during summer season,” 8 Sep. 2020
Definition of Day Laborer by Merriam-Webster