Definition of Overlaboring
1. overlabor [v] - See also: overlabor
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Literary usage of Overlaboring
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Robert Y. Hayne and His Times by Theodore Dehon Jervey (1909)
"By overlaboring this, however, with the angry declaration that " if provoked into crimination and recrimination, the honorable member may perhaps find that ..."
2. The Normal Child and Primary Education by Beatrice Chandler Gesell, Arnold Gesell (1912)
"There is no need of overlaboring the suggestion, but the fact remains that the use of drawing as a means of expression suffers almost universal arrest and ..."
3. ... Select Notes on the International Sunday School Lessons by Adolphus Frederick Schauffler (1901)
"God, ye cannot overlaboring in vain. Lest, this new sect down by Ye be found even to is a battle in which no pare the Norse legends of trying to drain a cup ..."
4. The Print Collector: An Introduction to the Knowledge Necessary for Forming by Joseph Maberly, Theodore Henry Fielding (1880)
"Following in the same line, of what some consider minute overlaboring, came JOHN GEORGE WILLS, a German by birth, an engraver of great popularity ; and if ..."
5. Memoirs of Rev. David Tappan Stoddard: Missionary to the Nestorians by Joseph Parrish Thompson (1858)
"... all over the world, are breaking down and coming home, this does not impose on you or on me the duty of overlaboring and breaking down, too, ..."