Antonyms for over-working

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


This over-working of the brain began to tell upon his mental health.

If this cannot be done but by over-working, then it had better not be done; for of all things, that must be avoided.

I am over-working, he said to himself; my nerves are beginning to play me tricks.

People said Dr Gerard Fane was over-working, that he was not himself.

It is by over-eating and over-drinking and over-working that you get a diseased and ugly race.

I have been over-working and was very ill from nervous trouble for a few days.

If they are not finished till Midsummer, it will be of much less consequence than your over-working yourselves.

He has been over-working, and I fancy there is some sort of love-affair as well; at least, the Doctor hinted as much.

I am not quite sure, however, but I hurt myself more by drinking too much cold water than by over-working.

He is over-working me, is thoughtless of me, and indifferent to your present needs and your future welfare.