labor[ ley-ber ]SEE DEFINITION OF labor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LABOR
This, nothing less, is the labor to which we are called and our strength dedicated.
All sorts of labor is got at enormous rates of compensation.
My field of labor was my own heart, which I endeavored to render pure in the sight of God.
He felt committed for labor; glad was he, very, yet perplexed.
I do not take what I cannot win by my own labor,' said he; 'there was a puma drove up the game for me.'
She don't have anythin' to give, only her labor, as well off as they be.
He nodded pleasantly to me when I wished him good-morning, then returned to his labor.
It is now carried on exclusively by the labor of free blacks.
This is but the necessary consequence of all labor which does not benefit the laborer.
We are Nature's poor handmaidens, and our labor gives us joy.