Synonyms for Labour:

n.

heavy lifting, strain, work, pursuit, challenge, dedication, care. communist, comrade, bolshevik, the House Un-American Activities Committee, the HUAC, the labor movement, the ANC, commie, fellow traveler. labour (noun)
parturiency, proletariat, Labour Party, drudge, confinement, grind, toil, tug, travail, moil, labor, working class, lying-in, childbed, fag, drive, labor party, dig, push.

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Other relevant words:
strain, work, pursuit.

Usage examples for labour

  1. Guy called Van der Welcke Papa; they got on so well, almost too well together: Van der Welcke, who had remained a child for all his fifty- one years delighted in that tall, fair- haired adopted son of Addie's; and, jealous as he was of all the earnestness, the labour and care displayed by Addie, who had hardly a moment nowadays to give his father, he was glad to have found Guy, as though to show Addie: " I've got another friend, you know, and I can do without you sometimes!" – Dr. Adriaan by Louis Couperus
  2. By the advice of her physician she was removed to Copsley, where Diana's labour of anxious nursing restored her through love to a saner spirit. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. He said that only meant that women's labour could be bought cheap and sold dear. – Superseded by May Sinclair