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By ladders now, and toilsomely, for it was steep, and not too certain holding for the feet.

The type of beauty produced is charming by its negligence and naïveté; it is not thought out with pains or toilsomely elaborated.

Toilsomely, and at cost of desperately hard marching and fighting, he had made himself master of the strategic position.

Night fell while the travellers were toilsomely penetrating further into the West Riding of Yorkshire.

So thinks, at any rate, a horseman, toilsomely making his way over its inhospitable expanse.

After that a covered van, toilsomely dragged along by tired horses and guarded by armed slaves in livery.

There is no steep slope corresponding to that which we have ascended so toilsomely, only a gentle incline towards the Zambesi.

But she rowed back with the old brown dory almost as empty as when she had rowed it toilsomely out to her traps.

Frederick toilsomely clambered up to the promenade deck and crept into the overcrowded smoking-room.

At our feet is the Little American Valley, in which is the road, up the eastern portion of which we have so toilsomely climbed.

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