With great expenditure of effort, in a manner requiring much labor.(adverb)
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Use "laboriously" in a sentence
"The assumption of impartiality was certainly relied upon by no less than the vacuous Shane Richmond who, in laboriously explaining to us how he chose a photograph of the Qana incident to illustrate the Daily Hezbolagraph website, showed us the picture on the right."
"Several weeks later Priscilla was engaged in laboriously turning the minutes of the last meeting into grammatical German, and as she closed the dictionary and grammar with a sigh of relief, she remarked to Patty: Do you know, it 's very queer about that Kate Ferris."
"" He said her name laboriously, as if he were coaxing a lone low note from his saxophone bell."