Operose



[op-uh-rohs] /ˈɒp əˌroʊs/

adjective
1.
industrious, as a person.
2.
done with or involving much labor.
/ˈɒpəˌrəʊs/
adjective (rare)
1.
laborious
2.
industrious; busy
adj.

“involving much labor,” 1670s, from Latin operosus “taking great pains, laborious, active, industrious,” from opus (genitive operis) “work” (see opus). Related: Operosity.

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