What is another word for toilsome?

315 synonyms found


[ tˈɔ͡ɪlsʌm], [ tˈɔ‍ɪlsʌm], [ t_ˈɔɪ_l_s_ʌ_m]

Toilsome is a adjective that describes something that requires physical or mental effort, and is often associated with hardship or laboriousness. There are several synonyms for this word, including arduous, difficult, burdensome, exhausting, strenuous, and tiring. Arduous denotes something that is difficult and requires exertion or physical effort. Difficult suggests something that is not easy to accomplish or requires skill and effort. Burdensome implies a heavy weight or load that must be carried or borne, either physically or mentally. Exhausting suggests something that leaves one completely drained of energy or strength, while strenuous implies great exertion or energy expenditure. Finally, tiring simply refers to something that makes one feel tired or drained of energy.

Related words: toilsome process, laborious task, tedious work, difficult work, onerous work

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How to use "Toilsome" in context?

When I think of the word "toilsome," I think of long, hard work. It's a word that usually connotes effort, and often means something is tiring or difficult. Toilsome can also refer to something that is bothersome or bothersome in a negative way. In both cases, toilsome means something that is excessive or too much work.

In the context of work, toilsome can mean that the work is not as easy or enjoyable as it could be. Toilsome work can also lead to exhaustion and a decline in productivity.

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