Synonyms for Arduously:

adv.

difficultly (adverb)
Grindingly, knottily, onerously, cantankerously, trickily, contrarily, strenuously, demandingly, toughly, harshly, adversely, formidably, Difficultly, laboriously, wearisomely, stressfully, tightly, roughly, complicatedly, complexly, ticklishly, toilsomely, ruggedly, fussily.
hard (adverb)
onerously, Difficultly, troublesomely, heavily, laboriously.
painfully (adverb)
painfully, oppressively, grievously, acutely, cruelly, piercingly, distressingly, torturously, bitingly, odiously, unbearably, bitterly, excruciatingly, irritatingly, Insufferably, gruelingly, disagreeably, woefully, tormentingly, irksomely, troublesomely, horrendously, agonizingly, stingingly, gnawingly, distressfully, miserably, achingly, annoyingly, witheringly, severely, smartingly, hurtfully, uncomfortably, sorely, tryingly, aggravatingly, offensively, unpleasantly.

adv

difficultly (adverb)
roughly, cantankerously, tightly, knottily, complexly, demandingly, contrarily, fussily, ticklishly, ruggedly, Difficultly, toughly, formidably, severely, trickily, adversely, complicatedly, troublesomely, Grindingly, stressfully, wearisomely, toilsomely, tryingly, onerously, strenuously, harshly, oppressively, laboriously.
hard (adverb)
Difficultly, gruelingly, toilsomely, agonizingly, distressingly.
painfully (adverb)
painfully, oppressively, grievously, acutely, cruelly, piercingly, distressingly, torturously, bitingly, odiously, unbearably, bitterly, excruciatingly, irritatingly, Insufferably, gruelingly, disagreeably, woefully, tormentingly, irksomely, troublesomely, horrendously, agonizingly, stingingly, gnawingly, distressfully, miserably, achingly, annoyingly, witheringly, severely, smartingly, hurtfully, uncomfortably, sorely, tryingly, aggravatingly, offensively, unpleasantly.

n.

hard, heavily, easy.

Other synonyms:

heavily. Other relevant words:
heavily, hard.

Usage examples for arduously

  1. Flushed and breathless with her efforts, she looked prettier than ever, and at last, baffled, she resigned her ax to Vincenzo, laughing gayly at her incapacity for wood- cutting, and daintily shaking her apron free from the chips and dust, till a call from her mother caused her to run swiftly into the house, leaving Vincenzo working away as arduously as ever. – Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten by Marie Corelli