Definition of Toilsomeness

1. Noun. The quality of requiring extended effort.

Exact synonyms: Laboriousness, Operoseness
Generic synonyms: Effortfulness
Derivative terms: Laborious, Operose, Toilsome



Definition of Toilsomeness

1. Noun. The quality of being toilsome. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Toilsomeness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toilsomeness

toilette
toilettes
toilful
toilfully
toilinet
toilinets
toilinette
toilinettes
toiling
toilingly
toilings
toilless
toils
toilsome
toilsomely
toilsomeness (current term)
toilsomenesses
toilworn
toise
toiseach
toiseachs
toisech
toisechs
toises
toison
toisons
toit
toited
toiting
toitoi

Literary usage of Toilsomeness

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1. Morning Communings with God: Or, Devotional Meditations for Every Day in the by Christoph Christian Sturm (1858)
"... Vanity, and toilsomeness * of temporal Existence. As often as with every new day I enter anew into the world, I obtain fresh experience of the vanity, ..."

2. Morning Communings with God; Or, Devotional Mediations for Every Day in the Year by Christoph Christian Sturm, William Johnston (1847)
"Reflections on the Briefness, Vanity, and toilsomeness of temporal Existence. As often as with every new day I enter anew into the world, I obtain fresh ..."

3. Sermons Preached in Manchester by Alexander Maclaren (1873)
"I wish to point out a little more in detail the signs that Vv-c have in the gospel of this characteristic of Christ's work,— the toilsomeness of His service ..."

4. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1860)
"... of the summit —the cornfields at its base, extending more or less up tho slope—then the woods, and, lastly, the grass—the toilsomeness of the ascent, ..."

5. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"... house attends His hard life's toilsomeness, Increasing more and more; Of troubles a Cretan sea. But from the halls of death Some god restrains his feet, ..."

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