Labor to Latitude


Labor, n.

    1. Toil, work, exertion, effort, pains, drudgery.
    2. Travail, parturition, childbirth, delivery.

Labor, v. n.

    1. Toil, strive, drudge, work, exert one’s self, take pains.
    2. Suffer, be afflicted, be distressed.
    3. Travail, be in travail, be in labor.

Labored, a. Overwrought, stiff, heavy, smelling of the lamp.

Laborer, n. Workman, operative.

Laborious, a.

    1. Industrious, sedulous, assiduous, toiling, hard-working, painstaking. See Diligent.
    2. Difficult, arduous, onerous, toilsome, tiresome, wearisome, fatiguing, irksome, hard, Herculean.

Laboriousness, n. Toilsomeness, difficulty.

Labor of love. Gratuitous service.

Labyrinth, n. Maze, perplexity, intricacy.

Labyrinthal, a. See Labyrinthian.

Labyrinthian, Labyrinthean, a. Mazy, confused, perplexed, intricate, involved, many-winding, labyrinthal, labyrinthine.

Labyrinthic, Labyrinthical, a. Labyrinthiform, labyrinthine.

Labyrinthiform, a. Labyrinthic, labyrinthine.

Labyrinthine, a.

    1. See Labyrinthian.
    2. Labyrinthiform, labyrinthic.

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