laboured : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v work hard
- v strive and make an effort to reach a goal
- v undergo the efforts of childbirth
- s lacking natural ease
- s requiring or showing effort
- As spoken verse, it may scan a little awkwardly, and the rhymes could be considered somewhat laboured.
- It is of a foxy, withdrawn man, who labours after the one human quality that cannot be laboured: friendliness, intimacy, humility.
- Though the adaptation is painstakingly detailed the show runs three and a half hours the delivery is never laboured.
News & Articles
- Brazil off to winning start
Neymar lit up the opening match of the Confederations Cup with a stunning early goal but the final 3-0 scoreline reflected a more laboured victory over Japan than the home fans were hoping for.
June 16, 2013 - Soccer365
- Jay Triano in Toronto Star
Jose has been very good as far as attacking the basket, something we didn`t see when he was laboured with that hamstring,Raptors interim head coach Jay Triano said. "He is just starting to get back in the groove and as a result we are...
- John Kerry in guardian.co.uk
He laboured with all his might to make healthcare a right for all America, and we will do that in his honour,said Kerry, his party's 2004 presidential nominee.
- Sam Allardyce in FansFC.com
Claudio will pick himself up. He was looking a little laboured, that is why I made the early change,Allardyce told The Journal. "He has enough experience to accept he has made some mistakes. When you wake up on Sunday morning you can kid...