Sentence example with the word 'toilsome'

toilsome

abstruse, critical, draining, fatiguing, hard-earned, killing, no picnic, punishing, spiny, thorny, troublesome, wearying

Definition adj. characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion

Last update: August 4, 2015

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They have an apparent precessional movement, the exact amount of which can be arrived at only by prolonged and toilsome enquiries.   [Please select]

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Handling the oar did not seem so toilsome to Judah.   [Please select]

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Their progress, in consequence, was proportionate; and long before the twilight gathered about them, they had made good many toilsome miles on their return.   [Please select]

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Ye see their unresisting tribes, with toilsome steps and slow, On through the trackless desert pass, a caravan of woe.   [Please select]

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In an hour, after a toilsome march, floundering through the snow, she reached the spot.   [Please select]

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Smith, and the Lees came next, pursuing their toilsome march over the same mountain ranges, and closely behind them came Mr.   [Please select]

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The porters began their toilsome journey, and moved off from the village pier.   [Please select]

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