onerously : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in an onerous manner

  • Back when they torpedoed the Clinton plan they were able to convince people that it was onerously complex and restrictive of people's choices, which the people themselves didn't .
  • We did it because we thought it was the right thing and the fair thing" in the light of onerously escalating living costs in New York.
  • The movie's onerously monotonous plot proceeds through vignettes of Serpico's honesty being put to the test.
News & Articles

  • No, You Don’t Have to Play Flappy Bird
    The first time I played Flappy Bird I died a dozen times trying to propel myself between a single pair of Super Mario Bros.-pilfered pipes. I’m no gaming wallflower, so when I say this is an onerously difficult game from the get-go, I mean it makes other onerously difficult games you’ve maybe heard about — say Demon’s Souls – seem breezy. It’s as if the developer, doubtless as startled as I was ...
    Feb. 3, 2014 - Techland

  • Tom Gardner in Motley Fool
    The passage of this bill ensures a future where CEOs aren't unduly distracted by trying to find ways to live within onerously tight budgets,the Fool's Tom Gardner says.

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