Do not their mothers blush for such; to have travailed so much, and to have achieved so little?
She has left her sister, that travailed and toiled for her like a mother.
There was still some distance to come to Ephrath, and Rachel travailed.
You, dear children in the schools, for whom it may be well said, that she “travailed in birth till Christ be formed in you.”
I have toiled and travailed; and never before in the world did man conquer what I have conquered.
Fair knight, said he to Palomides, of me ye win no worship, for ye have seen this day that I have been travailed sore.
In this, Lethington helped not a little; for he travailed to have friends in every faction of the Court.
In England he had travailed for the freedom of the Earl Bothwell, and by that means obtained promise of his favour.
The most worthy servants of God that before us have travailed in this vocation have so been styled.
How much he hath laboured and travailed therein he hath sufficiently declared and showed in his acts and proceedings.