overtoil

overtoil

(ˌəʊvəˈtɔɪl)
vb (intr)
to work too hard
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In the summer of 1908, black choreographer, dancer, and singer Aida Overtoil Walker performed a Salome dance on the stage of New York's Majestic Theater.
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MAVEN reels off JOUNCES, JAUNTIER, and OVERTOIL on successive plays, each for exactly 86 points, to come from behind against future national champion Bob Felt.