Drudgery [noun]

Definition of Drudgery:

hard, tedious work

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Sentence/Example of Drudgery:

The idea that fame could be an escape—from drudgery, dues-paying and, in no small number of workplaces, abuse—predates Instagram by at least a century.

A few weeks ago, I wrote about one company trying to use machine learning to take a bit of the drudgery out of this work, helping to automate the testing of different ads.

I hoarded it, in my imagination, some fantasy refuge against life’s drudgery.

A world that has known five years of fighting has lost its taste for the honest drudgery of work.

Practice lends me great dexterity in the work, but the hours of drudgery drag with heavy heel.

He was of a white color, that seemed to fit him rather for rare festal occasions than for constant drudgery.

And with every day of such drudgery the heights of music and literature seemed further away and more unattainable.

All drudgery disappears in a rosy glow of unexpected, unique, and stimulating conditions.

He was almost through with this task, which for months had been a curious mixture of drudgery and pleasure.

It is really only the first drudgery that is difficult, in learning a language.