laborious

la·bo·ri·ous/ləˈbôrēəs/

Adjective:

(esp. of a task, process, or journey) Requiring considerable effort and time.
(esp. of speech or writing style) Showing obvious signs of effort and lacking in fluency.

Synonyms:
toilsome – arduous – hard – painful – difficult – heavy

Usage:

Muttons’ slow laborious fireballs

invite copious amounts of jump ins.

 

 

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4 Responses to laborious

  1. Echo says:

    You must train harder?

  2. echo says:

    You need some inspiration?

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