Definition of employment:
interlocking, utilization, booking, participation, physical exertion, work, drill, mesh, racket, employ, habit, workplace, example, date, engagement, use of goods and services, purpose, implementation, craft, usance, involution, handicraft, retaining, action, practice session, custom, duty, economic consumption, traffic, enjoyment, line, meshing, consumption, battle, hiring, betrothal, art, recitation, use, body of work, exercise, troth, engaging, oeuvre, using, manipulation, piece of work, avocation, pursuit, study, usage, workout, trading, fight, conflict, occupying, appointment, used, hire, utilisation, get, role, exercising, physical exercise, play, involvement.
- application (part of speech: noun)
- work (part of speech: noun)
business (part of speech: noun)
- busy work,
- "Oddsfish!", Robert Hugh Benson.
- "The Shame of Motley", Raphael Sabatini.
But he didn't do anything of the kind, and Candy considers himself still in his employment, and vows he's going to get hold of you before the other party does; so, you see, you have got two sets of detectives after you, and they'll be mighty sharp, for the first one that gets you will make the money."- "The Late Mrs. Null", Frank Richard Stockton.