toilworn

toilworn

(ˈtɔɪlˌwɔːn)
adj
fatigued or wearied by work
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toil•worn

(ˈtɔɪlˌwɔrn, -ˌwoʊrn)

adj.
worn or worn out by toil.
[1745–55]
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Translations

toilworn

[ˈtɔɪlwɔːn] ADJ (liter) → completamente cansado
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The soldier beneath the American flag The clerk in the shop or mill The toilworn brawny labourer And the factory girl will fill Old Erin's heart with the gladdening hope (ll.
toilworn, lovelorn, I hide in dye and heavy cotton.
To impart the gift of thinking to those who cannot think, and yet who could in that case think: this, one would imagine, was the first function a government had to set about discharging ....For six thousand years the sons of Adam, in sleepless effort, have been devising, doing, discovering; in mysterious, infinite, indissoluble communion, warring, a little band of brothers, against a black empire of Necessity and Night; they have accomplished such a conquest and conquests: and to [the illiterate] man it is all as if it had not been ....He passes by on the other side: and that great Spiritual Kingdom, the toilworn conquest of his own brothers, all that his brothers have conquered, is a thing nonexistent for him.