The main burden: bore the brunt of the household chores. (noun)
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Use "brunt" in a sentence
"So, the brunt is that the apologists are clinging to the argument that the president can declare a war and then has carte blanche to do as he pleases in the name of this war without any oversight at all."
"But Vivendi will have to shoulder the short-term brunt of the acquisition -- which comes on top of the €2.2 billion it will pay out as part of the Activision deal."
"The main brunt falls on the Army and the Civil Police, but I would make it clear that without the assistance of the Air Force, operations in Malaya would be very much more difficult."