Toil [noun]

Definition of Toil:

hard work

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Sentence/Example of Toil:

It asserts that we have the right to choice of our own work and to the reward of our own toil.

In each generation, with toil and tears, we have had to earn our heritage again.

He did not find that easy, or to be done in a moment without pain or toil.

To be sure, the wage was infinitesimal, while the toil was body-breaking soul-breaking.

What they have taken in hand to do seems worth toil, danger, and life itself.

Very many years of toil had taken the elasticity out of step and voice.

Workmen on their way to their daily toil stopped in front of these bills.

Why else would you submit to a loveless life and the dull routine of toil?

He had made her the gift of his work—dedicated to her the triumphs of his toil.

He makes himself the companion of your hours of solitude, melancholy, and toil.