Definition of Belaboured

1. Verb. (past of belabour) ¹



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Definition of Belaboured

1. belabour [v] - See also: belabour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Belaboured

beks
bektashi
bel
bel-accoyle
bel canto
bel esprit
bel paese
belabor
belabored
belaboredly
belaborer
belaboring
belabors
belabour
belabour'd
belaboured (current term)
belabouredly
belabourer
belabouring
belabours
belace
belaced
belaces
belacing
beladied
beladies
beladle
belady
beladying
belah

Literary usage of Belaboured

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1. Curran and his contemporaries by Charles Phillips (1850)
"Mr Nicholas Philpot Leader fell one evening under his extreme displeasure, and was belaboured accordingly. Leader's hair, it must be premised, was somewhat ..."

2. Shrewsbury: A Romance by Stanley John Weyman (1898)
"I managed to utter a cry, then instinctively covered my head with my arms. They belaboured me until they were tired and I almost senseless; when, ..."

3. The Men of the Time in 1852, Or, Sketches of Living Notables by David Bogue (1852)
"taloon in his time tumbled over and belaboured one another, and bawled out their jokes, before the most beautiful and dazzling pictures which ever were ..."

4. The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calandar of Popular by William Hone (1835)
"... tors were in amazement to sec his body that had been so belaboured by devils, in the same shape in which it was before his retirement. ..."

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