The specialized work seems interesting to outsiders but is actually toilsome , hard and even dangerous.
Marx, though critical of industrial capitalism, also maintained a belief that machines would eventually liberate man from the toilsome qualities of human labor.
The problem is that young people regard carving as a toilsome and profitless job.
His chief work was done in his study, where he was constantly to be found in an arm-chair with his writing board resting across his arms, engrossed in toilsome arithmetical or analytic processes.
It preferred these short-cut means to the more toilsome efforts of building up a base through good governance, social reforms and ideological education of the cadres.
Certainly I acquired deeper respect for the sheer toilsomeness of the effort and for those who do it, day after day.
While Pompey was thus anxiously and toilsomely endeavoring to gain the sea-shore, Cæsar was completing his victory over the army which he had left behind him.
He saw the farmer and the buffalo working toilsomely in the field and observed that countless worms were killed by the plough and treads.
And regardless of how innocently bought and sold, how toilsomely acquired, or how ancient its pedigree, every existing land title will be found to be spurious if traced to its origin.
The figure they had seen the night before seemed slowly and toilsomely labouring to pile the large stones one upon another, as if to form a small enclosure.