toil

(redirected from toiling)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms.

toil

Archaic a trap for wild beasts
References in classic literature ?
At the best, toiling as only picked men could toil, they made no more than three miles an hour.
Why not come and chat with me," said the Grasshopper, "instead of toiling and moiling in that way?
What is that old Matrona, my old friend, toiling for?
These guys work seriously hard, whether it's loading everything from rice to electrical equipment into the boats in the midday sun or toiling in pitch-black, cramped conditions below-deck.
Two first-class games for New South Wales finally has Starc getting back in the red ball groove after a long sting in the coloured clothes while toiling at the SCG is a good lead-up to Adelaide notes Starc.
In the Championship, Hull can boost their play-off hopes by beating a toiling Millwall outfit.
Instead, Rabbit, a 24-year-old forward, who is a member of the Blackfoot Nation from the Blood reserve, is toiling in the Austrian Hockey League.
Toiling The bumper field inevitably split into two groups with the hot favourite Nationalism, drawn low, forced to race down the unfavoured stands' side.
Toiling, toiling, full of care, when can I just stand and stare?
Not only would I be sticking it to those in the Middle East who live off our greed for petroleum, I was warmed with the thought that I would be helping my fellow Americans in the heartland, farmers who work hard toiling away day in and day out making sure we have enough food.
He noted that as David was toiling away onstage in Washington, his classmates were taking their end-of-the-year trip to Disneyland.
Hirshfeld describes Faraday's early career toiling ceaselessly in makeshift laboratories and his apprenticeship to Humphry Davy at England's Royal Institution.