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toiled

verb as in work hard

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He toiled without money to do that, but for him it had been an incredibly fulfilling and rewarding experience.

For six years, Hillary Clinton has toiled in the shadow of Barack Obama.

John le Carré is notorious for taking the establishment for which he once toiled as a spy at its lowest estimation.

“There were certainly lessons learned from the 2012 campaign,” says Tim Miller, who toiled as RNC spokesman during the cycle.

The two met on the Bush campaign, where Ted toiled in the domestic policy shop.

At earliest dawn the pair rose and toiled till an hour after sunset.

When they had toiled up the bank to a level stretch, he let the roadster out, and they went through Frog Tanks like a red streak.

It was even of little import to him that prices moved steadily upward as he toiled.

He toiled steadily, furiously, his gaze fastened upon the growing pile of hosiery.

So they talked of newer plans, while Smillie toiled like a giant to educate and organize the miners.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toiled, such as: sweat, strive, plug, slave, plod, and work.

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

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