Examples of drudgery in a Sentence
He hated the drudgery of his job.
in the “good old days” household servants led lives filled with much drudgery and little pleasure
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The work, though, can feed drudgery as well as dreams.
In its original Czech, robota means drudgery or servitude.
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Synonym Discussion of drudgery
DRUDGERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drudgery for English Language Learners
: boring, difficult, or unpleasant work
DRUDGERY Defined for Kids
Definition of drudgery for Students
: hard or dull work
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