View definitions for legwork
noun as in constitutional
noun as in examination
noun as in inquiry
noun as in interrogatory
noun as in investigation
noun as in probe
noun as in research
She’s patient — to a pointNone of this happens without significant legwork on Pelosi’s part.
Putting in a little legwork to pick the best air mattress for your needs will pay off in the long run, and a model like the SoundSleep Dream will suit most any nap or night’s needs.
That prevents them from easily importing verified income data from the Internal Revenue Service onto their FAFSA form and requires more legwork to complete the audit.
Good luck on your shopping expedition—and if you get tired of doing the legwork, come on back here and go with one of our picks.
It’s worth noting that even Fox News declined to report on the laptop without doing some legwork first.
Instead, hard legwork and reaching out to past voters got it done.
Of course, cracking this market will require some costly legwork.
To its credit, the Obama administration has already begun some of this legwork.
Police enthusiasm dropped to the norm of what they called legwork.
Me, Bill Rawlins, I do the legwork, and tend to the business details.
On this page you'll find 229 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to legwork, such as: walk, airing, ramble, saunter, stroll, and turn.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.