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drudgery
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • Drudgery would have been nothing—Smike was well used to that.
  • She had, it is true, quailed at the prospect of drudgery and hard service; but she had felt no degradation in working for her bread, until she found herself exposed to insolence and pride.

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  • To me, housework is drudgery.
  • the drudgery of carefully reading another contract

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