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Operose

Op´er`ose`
a.1.Wrought with labor; requiring labor; hence, tedious; wearisome.
Herculean, abstruse, arduous, assiduous, backbreaking, brutal, burdensome, complex, critical, crushing, delicate, demanding, difficile, difficult, diligent, effortful, elaborate, exacting, forced, formidable, grueling, hairy, hard, hard-earned, hard-fought, heavy, hefty, industrious, intricate, jawbreaking, killing, knotted, knotty, labored, laborious, mean, no picnic, not easy, onerous, oppressive, painful, painstaking, punishing, rigorous, rough, rugged, sedulous, set with thorns, severe, spiny, steep, strained, strenuous, thorny, thorough, thoroughgoing, ticklish, toilsome, tough, tricky, troublesome, uphill, wearisome, wicked
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Operator
Operator Control Language
operator gene
operator overloading
Operatory
Opercle
Opercula
Opercular
Operculate
operculated
Operculiferous
Operculiform
Operculigenous
Operculum
Operetta
operon
-- Operose --
operoseness
Operosity
Operous
Opertaneous
Opetide
Ophelic
Opheodrys
Opheodrys aestivus
Opheodrys vernalis
Ophicleide
Ophidia
Ophidian
Ophidiidae
Ophidioid
Ophidion
Ophidious
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