What is another word for arduously?

Pronunciation: [ˈɑːdjuːəsli] (IPA)

When faced with a difficult and demanding task, we often feel like we are working ardously. If you want to describe this feeling in a different way, you can turn to synonyms for the word. Some alternatives to ardously may include laboriously, strenuously, toilsomely, arduously, wearisomely and exhaustively. Each of these words can help capture the essence of the effort and struggle involved in a task, highlighting the hard work and persistence required to accomplish a goal. So, whether you are trying to describe your own experience or convey the challenge of someone else's work, these words can be a helpful vocabulary tool.

Synonyms for Arduously:

What are the hypernyms for Arduously?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for arduously?

Antonyms for the word "arduously" include "easily," "effortlessly," "readily," "smoothly," "casually," and "leisurely." These words indicate a lack of difficulty or ease in completing a task or activity. For example, while completing a puzzle may be ardous, completing a puzzle easily and effortlessly would be the opposite. Similarly, while a job may require a lot of effort and hard work, if it is completed smoothly and without difficulty, it is considered to be done easily. Using these antonyms, we can better understand the context in which the word "arduously" is used and how it relates to other words and concepts.

What are the antonyms for Arduously?

Usage examples for Arduously

From year to year he was arduously employed on most of the standing and many other important committees.
"Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution"
L. Carroll Judson
After laboring arduously for a month the plan of military operations was reported that carried the American Colonies through the war.
"Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution"
L. Carroll Judson
Mr. Price had suddenly begun to live arduously for the gramophone alone.
"The Lion's Share"
E. Arnold Bennett

Famous quotes with Arduously

  • 'There are quiet places also in the mind', he said meditatively. 'But we build bandstands and factories on them. Deliberately — to put a stop to the quietness.To put an end to the quiet, to break it up and disperse it, to pretend at any cost that it isn't there. Ah, but it is; it is there, in spite of everything, at the back of everything.Something inexpressively lovely and wonderful advances through the crystal, nearer, nearer. And, oh, inexpressively terrifying. For if it were to touch you, if it were to seize you and engulf you, you'd die; all the regular, habitual daily part of you would die … one would have to begin living arduously in the quiet, arduously in some strange, unheard of manner.
    Aldous Huxley
  • Death is hard to keep in mind when there is work to be done. … Work does not by its nature permit us to do anything other than take it too seriously. It must destroy our sense of perspective, and we should be grateful to it for precisely this reason, for allowing us to mingle ourselves promiscuously with events, for letting us wear thoughts of our own death and the destruction of our enterprises with beautiful lightness, as mere intellectual propositions. … We function of the basis of a necessary myopia. Therein is the sheer energy of existence, a blind will no less impressive than that which we find in a moth arduously crossing a window ledge, … refusing to contemplate the broader scheme in which he will be dead by nightfall. The arguments for our triviality and vulnerability are too obvious, too well known and tedious to rehearse. What is interesting is that we may take it upon ourselves to approach tasks with utter determination and gravity even when their wider non-sense is clear. The impulse to exaggerate the significance of what we are doing, far from being an intellectual error, is really life itself coursing through us.
    Alain de Botton

Word of the Day

The word "sourceable" means capable of being sourced, obtainable or found. The antonyms of this word are words that refer to something that cannot be sourced, found or obtained. Th...