laborsaving

adjective
la·​bor·​sav·​ing | \ˈlā-bər-ˌsā-viŋ \

Definition of laborsaving 

: adapted to replace or decrease human and especially manual labor laborsaving machines

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a new laborsaving device let us clean the house in half the time

First Known Use of laborsaving

1791, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of laborsaving was in 1791

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