Labor(n.) Physical toil or bodily exertion, especially when fatiguing, irksome, or unavoidable, in distinction from sportive exercise; hard, muscular effort directed to some useful end, as agriculture, manufactures, and like; servile toil; exertion; work.
Labor(n.) Intellectual exertion; mental effort; as, the labor of compiling a history.
Labor(n.) That which requires hard work for its accomplishment; that which demands effort.
Labor(n.) Travail; the pangs and efforts of childbirth.
Labor(n.) Any pang or distress.
Labor(n.) The pitching or tossing of a vessel which results in the straining of timbers and rigging.
Labor(n.) A measure of land in Mexico and Texas, equivalent to an area of 177/ acres.
Labor(n.) To exert muscular strength; to exert one's strength with painful effort, particularly in servile occupations; to work; to toil.
Labor(n.) To exert one's powers of mind in the prosecution of any design; to strive; to take pains.
Labor(n.) To be oppressed with difficulties or disease; to do one's work under conditions which make it especially hard, wearisome; to move slowly, as against opposition, or under a burden; to be burdened; -- often with under, and formerly with of.
Labor(n.) To be in travail; to suffer the pangs of childbirth.
Labor(n.) To pitch or roll heavily, as a ship in a turbulent sea.
Labor(v. t.) To work at; to work; to till; to cultivate by toil.
Labor(v. t.) To form or fabricate with toil, exertion, or care.
Labor(v. t.) To prosecute, or perfect, with effort; to urge stre/uously; as, to labor a point or argument.
Labor(v. t.) To belabor; to beat.
Laborant(n.) A chemist.
Labored(a.) Bearing marks of labor and effort; elaborately wrought; not easy or natural; as, labored poetry; a labored style.
Labored(imp. & p. p.) of Labor
Laboredly(adv.) In a labored manner; with labor.
Laborer(n.) One who labors in a toilsome occupation; a person who does work that requires strength rather than skill, as distinguished from that of an artisan.
Laboring(a.) That labors; performing labor; esp., performing coarse, heavy work, not requiring skill also, set apart for labor; as, laboring days.
Laboring(a.) Suffering pain or grief.
Laboring(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Labor
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