Laborious

Antonyms of LABORIOUS

Examples of usage:

  1. Mr. O'Connell had a massive frame, capable of enduring great fatigue, and he was one of the most industrious and laborious of men. "Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland" by Henry B. Stanton
  2. That just suited the small maid, eager to try her wings by herself, and finding that neither doctor nor sister followed her, she tapped her way down the corridor to the broad stairway leading to the first floor, and began a laborious descent, fearful every moment lest someone should hear and prevent her from carrying out her daring plan. "Heart of Gold" by Ruth Alberta Brown
  3. Deserved our earnest and laborious life Not a more earnest issue? "The Maid of Orleans A Tragedy" by Frederich Schiller
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