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Definition of "laboursome" [laboursome]

  • Hard-working. (adjective)
  • Requiring labour, laborious; difficult, elaborate, involved. (adjective)

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Use "laboursome" in a sentence
  • "Christ, -- he pitieth our infirmities, knowing that we are but dust; and therefore, to invite us into the dark, into ways laboursome and toilsome to flesh and blood, he gives us in this security, -- that we shall be as a fenced brazen wall to the opposing sons of men."
  • "And her songe was of such force, that I was euen consenting to remaine there, notwithstanding that, the habitation seemed laboursome."
  • "And beeing come to the fift mount, they finde it speculable, lyke a mirrour wherein they see theyr representations, and in that they take great delyght, and with a feruent desire they passe on their laboursome course."
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