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laborious (adjective), more laborious, most laborious
1. Characterized by a toilsome endeavor to the point of exhaustion; especially, physical effort: Jane and Jim had to spend a great deal of laborious effort remodeling their new apartment.
2. A reference to requiring long, hard work: William spent many laborious hours on the construction project and it is still not completed.
Relating to completing assignments as a salesman.
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Relating to requiring much effort to complete a project.
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