Definition of "unlaboured" [unlaboured]

  • Not laboured. (adjective)

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Use "unlaboured" in a sentence
  • "Her hair is a real and unlaboured ornament to her."
  • "That Piece of Ground lay for some Years unlaboured; and trenching it, the Gardner found them, which affrighted him the"
  • "Under the olive and fig trees, they plant corn and vines, so that there is not an inch of ground unlaboured: but here are no open fields, meadows, or cattle to be seen."