task[ task, tahsk ]SEE DEFINITION OF task
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But when the morning came he found the task a difficult one to enter upon.
But, nerved as he was by desperation, he found the task greater than he could compass.
The task now imposed upon him was a most distasteful and unwelcome one.
The first task that was set her was that of sweeping and dusting a parlor.
He had accomplished the task which he had set himself in his youth.
Yet do I know what a task I have undertaken, because of the knack you are noted for at writing.
As I eat my breakfast and smoke my pipe, I ponder over my task.
It is true your task has been disagreeable, but not more so than others.
But generally speaking, it does escape them, and lives to finish its task.
Dorcas of Lydda may have been of any age, but, judging by the circumstances, she had not completed her task.