toilful (Meaning)

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toilful (a.)

Producing or involving much toil; laborious; toilsome; as, toilful care.

toilful Sentence Examples

  1. The laborers toiled tirelessly, their hands blistered and bodies aching.
  2. The farmer's toilful day began at dawn and ended well past sunset.
  3. The student's toilful studies paid off when he achieved exceptional grades.
  4. The mother's toilful care for her sick child filled her days and nights.
  5. The artist's toilful masterpiece took months to complete.
  6. The writer's toilful process involved countless revisions and edits.
  7. The scientist's toilful experiments led to groundbreaking discoveries.
  8. The hiker's toilful ascent of the mountain tested their endurance.
  9. The gardener's toilful work in the scorching sun produced a bountiful harvest.
  10. The nurse's toilful shifts left her exhausted but fulfilled.

FAQs About the word toilful

Producing or involving much toil; laborious; toilsome; as, toilful care.

strenuous, laborious, troublesome,difficult, grueling, killer, exacting, arduous, murderous, painful

ready, soft, fluid, light, painless, simple, royal, ready,easy, smooth

The laborers toiled tirelessly, their hands blistered and bodies aching.

The farmer's toilful day began at dawn and ended well past sunset.

The student's toilful studies paid off when he achieved exceptional grades.

The mother's toilful care for her sick child filled her days and nights.