Laboured in a sentence as an adjective

Seems like a laboured way to add something to product-market fit.

They laboured mightily in the 80s and 90s and their reward was to be largely ignored by industry.

So of course, if you laboured on to complete those three pages then you are probably a pretty dedicated employer.

I've laboured under the misapprehension that it was spelt "perfectable" for my entire life.

The point laboured in the article is, essentially, that design is not a democracy and you should "go home" if you don't like a product.

I read more about the partial sezuires and the way it describes my sleep is correct, a amnesia state and the laboured speech as well but i think clearly

And, Poverty, be thou the bride And now the marriage feast begun, And lily-coloured clothes provide Your spouse not laboured-at nor spun.

Not that this sort of thing should really be encouraged, but this type of verbose/laboured parody/troll/nonsense would probably be more appreciated by /prog/.

It would be understood that your family should feed and clothe you somehow, with whatever assets they had, and in return you laboured in the family trade; generally outdoors / heavy manual for men, indoors / light manual for women.

Laboured definitions


lacking natural ease; "a labored style of debating"

See also: labored strained


requiring or showing effort; "heavy breathing"; "the subject made for labored reading"

See also: heavy labored