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(US) Present participle of labor.
The act of one who labors; toil; work done.
Many were only forced into indentured servitude, laboring in apple orchards for large landowners.
In both cases, a midwife assists the laboring mother.
This can be explained by the fact that Britain was laboring under great economic duress, in contrast to the United States.
Dhakka is the sweat equity capital of the laboring poor of south Asia!
Did with the aged hermit toil, With their own hands in daily moil, Hard laboring rude the barren soil.
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