toilsome (Meaning)

Wordnet

toilsome (s)

characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort

Webster

toilsome (a.)

Attended with toil, or fatigue and pain; laborious; wearisome; as, toilsome work.

toilsome Sentence Examples

  1. The toilsome journey over rugged terrain tested their endurance.
  2. Scholars engaged in toilsome research, delving into ancient texts and deciphering cryptic symbols.
  3. Farmers labored tirelessly in the toilsome task of harvesting their crops.
  4. Sailors faced toilsome seas, battling against relentless storms and towering waves.
  5. The toilsome ascent up the mountain rewarded them with breathtaking views.
  6. Artists embarked on toilsome creative processes, pouring their souls into their masterpieces.
  7. Scientists endured toilsome experiments, seeking to unveil the secrets of the natural world.
  8. The toilsome construction of a new city demanded immense effort and dedication.
  9. Caregivers provided toilsome assistance to their loved ones, tirelessly meeting their needs.
  10. The toilsome march through the jungle proved to be both physically and mentally challenging.

FAQs About the word toilsome

characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effortAttended with toil, or fatigue and pain; laborious; wearisome; as, toilsome work.

formidable, rigorous, tough, hard, demanding,difficult, challenging, grueling, exacting, complicated

manageable, undemanding, mindless,easy, facile, cheap, simple, soft, manageable, uncomplicated

The toilsome journey over rugged terrain tested their endurance.

Scholars engaged in toilsome research, delving into ancient texts and deciphering cryptic symbols.

Farmers labored tirelessly in the toilsome task of harvesting their crops.

Sailors faced toilsome seas, battling against relentless storms and towering waves.