drudgery[ druhj-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF drudgery
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRUDGERY
Money was needful to extricate him from this drudgery and let him follow up his aspirations.
Why is it that the others have all the fun and I all the drudgery?
To this drudgery of his art he served a long apprenticeship; but it did him good.
He did the cooking for the other men in the fort, the dish-washing and the drudgery.
I broke lose for one day from routine, from drudgery and harness.
I was put to all manner of drudgery, such as scrubbing the decks.
I speak of these things, for they were the oases in army life and drudgery.
What a month of work and drudgery there is before you, little woman!
He loathed the drudgery of the work, and he considered there was no further need.
The labor of the house, and all the drudgery, falls on the females.