Sentence for labour | Use labour in a sentence

Sentences using the word labour. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use labour in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for labour.

  • Another Labour? (8)
  • One month with hard labour. (8)
  • No literary or Labour people. (8)
  • The farmer continued his labour. (10)
  • The farmer continued his labour. (22)
  • She had never yet seen a woman in labour. (12)
  • With enormous labour he took a very good degree. (8)
  • Mrs. Mel glanced at the pair, continuing her labour. (10)
  • The money was got honestly, by hard labour at a store. (10)
  • The simplicity of the life of labour looked beautiful. (10)
  • In the evening, after his labour, will be the fit time. (10)
  • It is downright labour to him where ladies are concerned. (4)
  • We have planted the ground and by our labour grown rich. (19)
  • Energy is adapted to flourish equally in every branch of labour. (10)
  • It has been said that Capital and Labour have the same interests. (8)
  • The Labour man has got in at the by-election for Barnside, my dear. (8)
  • You and I and some dozen labour to tie and knot them to manliness. (10)
  • My labour, except that it may satisfy you, was the vainest of tasks. (10)
  • For one good hour, therefore, the labour of many hours kept him dumb. (10)
  • Those Socialists and Labour men are an absolutely selfish set of people. (8)
  • The strong, simple Acadians, accustomed to hard labour, were set to work. (19)
  • I labour at making abstracts by day, and at night preside at my suppertable. (10)
  • From this time I take to looking exclusively forward, and I labour diligently. (10)
  • Consider, too, the novel pleasure of earning money by the labour we delight in. (10)
  • He was, in fact, an accidental channel through which money flowed, employing labour. (8)
  • All the love and labour of the Jesuit missionaries {74} for ten years had been in vain. (19)
  • It needed enormous labour to make the town secure against the enemy, or even habitable. (19)
  • They muddle through with the greatest possible amount of unnecessary labour and suffering! (8)
  • They were unaccustomed to much manual work themselves, their squaws doing most of the labour. (19)
  • She retired before Miss Current and formed audience, glad of a relief to her inventive labour. (10)
  • The streets were empty, save for the solitary footing of an early workman going to his labour. (10)
  • The streets were empty, save for the solitary footing of an early workman going to his labour. (22)
  • His dispense Of Justice made his active conscience; His passive was of ceaseless labour formed. (10)
  • What a fate for such haughty braves, who never worked, but left all labour to their poor squaws! (19)
  • They were succeeding brilliantly when Vernon put a stop to it by marching him off to hard labour. (10)
  • Many hours, much labour and anxiety of mind, Mrs. Berry had expended upon this breakfast, and why? (10)
  • Nevertheless the poor, the starving, the overtaxed in labour, they have a right to the cry of Now! (10)
  • The stuff is perishable, but it pays us for our labour, and in so doing saves us from becoming tricksters. (10)
  • I cannot have peace till she is restored; and my prayer is, that I may not haunt her to defeat your labour. (10)
  • And now what provokes me more than anything else is that the Match is broke off, and all my Labour thrown away. (4)
  • He stood outside the Western gates, and as I approached, I could perceive a labour of excitement on his frame. (10)
  • In labour of the trouble at its fount, Leads Life to an intelligible Lord The rebel discords up the sacred mount. (10)
  • Only by a most extravagant expenditure of money and labour could the whole thing have been completed within a year. (12)
  • Without abundant labour of the right sort on the land we cannot hope to cope with the menace of the pirate submarine. (8)
  • Most earnestly did she labour to prove the probability of error, and seek to clear the one without involving the other. (4)
  • Enough if we have winked to sun, Have sped the plough a season; There is a soul for labour done, Endureth fixed as reason. (10)
  • I have friends, the choicest of the nation; I have health, a field for labour, fairish success with it; a mind alive, such as it is. (10)
  • It was not very well written, this poetry of labour, but the pluck of the sentiment redeemed what was weak or wordy in the expression. (2)
  • The hard labour of the day approved the cooling exercise and the crowning refreshments of French cookery and wines of known vintages. (10)
  • Victor ejaculated: he never could reach to a right comprehension of labour, in regard to the very unremunerative occupation of literature. (10)
  • Pace and progress pleased him less and less; there was an ostentation, too, about a car which he considered provocative in the prevailing mood of Labour. (8)

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