labouring

labouring
la·bour·ing || 'leɪbərɪŋ adj. toiling, doing hard work, doing unpleasant work la·bour || 'leɪbə(r) n. work, toil; craft; entire body of workers; status of workers; work force; contractions of childbirth; childbirth (alternate spelling for labor) n. work, toil; bother, take pains; become weary, become tired; make an effort; move heavily; be delayed; make weary, make tired

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