labored (Meaning)

Wordnet

labored (s)

lacking natural ease

requiring or showing effort

Webster

labored (imp. & p. p.)

of Labor

Webster

labored (a.)

Bearing marks of labor and effort; elaborately wrought; not easy or natural; as, labored poetry; a labored style.

labored Sentence Examples

  1. The hikers labored up the steep mountain trail.
  2. The researchers labored for months in the laboratory, analyzing data and conducting experiments.
  3. She labored tirelessly at her job, often working late into the night.
  4. The artist labored for hours on the painting, carefully blending colors and creating intricate details.
  5. The construction workers labored in the hot sun, pouring concrete and erecting steel beams.
  6. The team labored together to complete the project on time and within budget.
  7. The doctor labored over the patient, carefully stitching up the wound.
  8. The salesperson labored to convince the customer to buy the product.
  9. The child labored over the homework assignment, struggling to understand the complex math problem.
  10. The writer labored on the novel for years, carefully crafting the plot and characters.

FAQs About the word labored

lacking natural ease, requiring or showing effortof Labor, Bearing marks of labor and effort; elaborately wrought; not easy or natural; as, labored poetry; a la

affected, mechanical, contrived, unnatural, unreal, canned, assumed, simulated, exaggerated, artificial

unaffected, spontaneous, true, honest, authentic, spontaneous, honest, real, realistic, natural

The hikers labored up the steep mountain trail.

The researchers labored for months in the laboratory, analyzing data and conducting experiments.

She labored tirelessly at her job, often working late into the night.

The artist labored for hours on the painting, carefully blending colors and creating intricate details.