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Noun(1) productive work (especially physical work done for wages
Verb(1) work hard
(1) Now when I talk about effort here I don't mean some awful dreary toil .(2) Curving stone walls crisscrossed the landscapes, testifying to centuries of toil and sweat by inhabitants, creating soft, green pastures for livestock.(3) All that effort, toil and rhetoric is finished and now winners and losers have to face the results.(4) It wasn't the hours of toil , sweat and petrol clearing the footpath which concerned me, but the wasted wheat.(5) There is no hint of self-consciousness from this writing, no whiff of labour or toil .(6) I have discovered that when it comes to physical toil , some work placement students act like consultants.(7) Her working hours increase, her pay is cut, and the conditions under which she must toil become increasingly arduous.(8) a life of toil(9) This is a straightforward, unpretentious musical comedy about five cleaning women who toil night after night in a Calgary office building.(10) He began to build levees to stem the flooding but after nine years of exhausting toil , the position worsened everywhere.(11) Churchill responded by exhorting them to fight on the beaches and promised them only blood, tears, toil and sweat.(12) But local firms provided plants and materials, and after a fortnight's toil the job was done.(13) All his life Nelson was profoundly aware of the drudgery of toil , whether on the furrow or the lower deck, and humanely responsive to the concerns of the least privileged.(14) she began to toil up the cliff path(15) The dirt and grime of industrial toil has been largely replaced by white-collar jobs.(16) The expedition continued to toil north, and continued to leak men, as deserters wilier than Collins slipped away night after night.
1. hard work ::
2. labor ::
3. work hard ::
4. struggle ::
5. grind ::
toil, toiled, toiler, toilers, toilette, toiling, toilsome
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The visions take their TOIL.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
We do not plow the fields or TOIL in the mine.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3
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