time-consuming

[ tahym-kuh n-soo-ming ]SEE DEFINITION OF time-consuming
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It was a time-consuming process, but it was the only way the job could be done.

Not impossible, but a highly precarious and time-consuming operation at best.

This review was a complex and time-consuming operation, which continued into 1954.

This law was designed to put an end to this time-consuming custom.

Household appliances and convenience foods are scarce luxuries; therefore, housekeeping is a time-consuming and tiring activity.

As a result, they are too few in number and are seriously understaffed, making shopping a time-consuming and frustrating activity.

She tried to get interested in some time-consuming hobby, but she lacked the patience.

Yet the rigorous application of the method is time-consuming and life is short.

The simplicity of this method as compared with the time-consuming operation of removing and changing gears is apparent.

The mathematical computations required in this study have been laborious and time-consuming.

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