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Spell check of labour

Correct spelling: labour

Synonyms:
aim, jade, savvy, get, grok, moil, push back, labor party, beat back, wear upon, push, apprehend, advertize, restriction, grate, effort, force back, fight, campaign, dig up, task, motor, stab, commie, press, hollow, boil, delve, roil, take, travail, comprehend, churn, tote, craunch, bray, Comrade, wear down, prod, outwear, strain, undertaking, get the picture, tire out, jab, agitate, crowd, toil, lying-in, the labor movement, excavate, weary, trade union movement, repulse, sweat, dedication, tug, fatigue, crunch, childbed, Labour Party, the House Un-American Activities Committee, communist, advertise, labor movement, ride, lug, Bolshevik, the ANC, pursuit, repel, cranch, force, compass, poke, wear, promote, proletariat, labor, challenge, wear out, ram, confinement, drive, care, heavy lifting, comminute, drudge, fag out, grasp, mash, cut into, working class, parturiency, tire, bear on, the HUAC, grind, fellow traveler, dig, crusade, elbow grease, dig out, exertion, work, project, turn over.

Examples of usage:

1) Nor could any race which believed in a multitude of gods labour earnestly to reduce various phenomena to one cause. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) The little gap into which the sunlight shone, however, had been hewn out at the cost of several years of strenuous labour, and Nasmyth, who was aware of this, felt inclined to smile as the man who owned it strolled up to him. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) It would have been arduous labour in daylight and at low- water, but these were men who had faced the most that flood and frost could do. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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