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

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A moiling, toiling man, who shows no mercy to himself, is only lenient to others by excess of reason.
You'll have a little something to live on; and that's all I've done with my toiling and moiling.
Here have I been toiling and moiling all these years, morning till night, building up the business step by step to what it is now.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
She's up in that old garret toiling, and moiling, and packing away enough things to furnish an inn.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
How could she expect to bring him up in such poor, narrow circumstances, and with all this toiling and moiling?
ONE OF LIFE'S SLAVESJONAS LAURITZ IDEMIL LIE
There was once a rich man who after years of toiling and moiling had his barns full, and thought: Now I can rest and enjoy life.
I.N.R.I.PETER ROSEGGER
Having seen you all makes the idea of toiling and moiling here pretty poky.
I see other people toiling and moiling, and getting hopeless and miserable and exhausted till my heart aches for them.
PRISONERSMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Even now perhaps he was on his way to her, whereas I, poor oaf that I was, was moiling here over some trucky work.
TWELVE MENTHEODORE DREISER
Somewhere beyond the canyon's moiling maw, Harry Collins found that freedom and that oblivion.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH

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