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unlaboured Line breaks: un|laboured
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈleɪbəd/

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(US unlabored)

Definition of unlaboured in English:

adjective

Done with ease or fluency: flexibility and unlaboured movement
More example sentences
  • Some ascribe this to his natural genius; while others think that incredible effort and toil produced these, to all appearances, easy and unlaboured results.
  • It would have been all too easy for LeBlanc to have played this book for sentiment and shocked social justice; her tone is blunt and unlaboured.
  • Maybe this is the kind of stuff - these interesting but unlabored harmonies and rhythms - that attracts jazz and classical players to Radiohead's music.

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