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Once the Air Force completed those chores, there was no reason to use the tiny and expensive fleet of Raptors.

Shaving: the most boring, tedious thing a man must do in his little retinue of personal upkeep chores.

Kingston said the comment was part of a broader conversation about the benefits of chores for children that was misconstrued.

Every family has to divide tasks and chores to get things done.

From chores to TV, these simple fitness tracker tips will make you look like Superman to your FitBit friends.

In the morning, I feel sort of weak, and want to knock around doing woman's chores.

It is when a fellow settles down to do the chores twice a day and every day that he gets thoroughly acquainted with his livestock.

A few days ago a boy whose mind was not synchronising properly with his body was doing chores.

I have trouble enough doing the chores without catering to her whims.

By the time the chores were done they were all standing at the barnyard gate, waiting to be let through, and I suspected nothing.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chores, such as: agenda, business, calendar, record, schedule, and slate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.