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drudgery

Syllabification: drudg·er·y
Pronunciation: /ˈdrəj(ə)rē
 
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Definition of drudgery in English:

noun

Hard, menial, or dull work: domestic drudgery
More example sentences
  • Money and luxuries were scarce in their early days and drudgery and the hard way of doing all housework, and farmwork were the order of the day.
  • There will be no toil, assignments, chores, no drudgery or daily efforts.
  • As women become liberated from domestic drudgery, are they in danger of losing something fundamental?
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Words that rhyme with drudgery

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