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Spell check of toilsome

Correct spelling: toilsome

Synonyms:
overweight, profound, impenetrable, straining, footsore, run-down, effortful, droopy, wasted, cumbersome, oppressive, strenuous, strong, grievous, Augean, sullen, moiling, depressed, operose, pick-and-shovel, faint, wearying, severe, ponderous, adverse, cheerless, gruelling, tricky, intemperate, lowering, flaccid, apathetic, feeble, formidable, listless, big, bothersome, enceinte, finicky, cloggy, weighed down, weary, grinding, weighty, weak, wearing, rigorous, unvoiced, complex, hellacious, arduous, difficult, exhausting, sonorous, stressful, challenging, cantankerous, sound, troublesome, concentrated, burdensome, persnickety, large, exhausted, dense, wakeless, voiceless, laboured, punishing, gravid, knockout, thorny, limp, exacting, wearisome, great, threatening, sweaty, worn-out, tough, fussy, grave, demanding, boring, lumbering, grueling, trying, hard, blue, murderous, dull, clayey, rough, tall, bored, heavy, tired, drowsy, knotty, leaden, taxing, complicated, sleepy, backbreaking, surd, frazzled, tedious, onerous, labourious, laborious, contrary, herculean, uphill, testing, harsh, with child, labored, fleshy, debilitated, fatigued, tight, ticklish, stiff, rugged, expectant.

Antonyms:
effortless, relaxed, painless, pleasant, clear, manageable, smooth, mindless, trifling, friendly, elementary, achievable, simple, user-friendly, accessible, doable, facile, slight, comforting, undemanding, soothing, trivial, easy, uncomplicated, gentle, unchallenging, soft, light, cheap.

Examples of usage:

1) It was a little warmer there, and he was glad of it, for he was chilled, in spite of the toilsome climb. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) His had been a slower and more toilsome way, but Dil had seen and believed, and was among the blessed already. - "In Wild Rose Time", Amanda M. Douglas.

3) Shut in by its amphitheatre of heights, the bushy hollow wherein it lay was accessible from one side alone, and that could only be approached by an exposed and toilsome climb up a long and rugged slope. - "The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley", Bertram Mitford.

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