Antonyms for over-work

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He never ill-used a servant either by bad language or by over-work.

If the trouble has been brought about by over-work and worry, complete rest will often be needed.

"It's over-work," the present one said, his eyes on the rows of figures.

He had a severe illness, caused, it was thought, by over-work.

“Tom, you are morbid from over-work at the mines,” began Anne.

Industry is not a virtue in itself; over-work is blameworthy.

How much more careful you should be not to over-work the mother of your children.

You are careful, very careful, not to over-work your horses.

He died in London in 1804 of brain-fever resulting from over-work.

They showed no signs of over-work, or under-feeding, or disease.