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Laboured dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. The sound of laboured breathing.
2. She heard his laboured breathing.
3. Who laboured with great industry.
4. Stroke by stroke they laboured on.
5. For seven years he laboured mightily.
6. In a laboured voice the old man continued.
7. She noticed how he laboured in his breathing.

8. Only a gentle hiss came from laboured breathing.
9. He had his excuses and watched on as I laboured.
10. The laboured breathing of creatures unknown hunting.
11. She could hear laboured breathing from the far room.
12. At the same time he laboured slowly at his pictures.
13. There was no other sound save for her laboured breath.
14. They climbed higher but progress was slow and laboured.
15. While Edgar and I laboured, Alwyn interviewed new recruits.
16. Judging from his scent and laboured breathing he was obese.
17. Others have laboured and you have entered into their labour.
18. She could hear August’s laboured breathing in the kitchen.
19. There followed a painfully laboured half-hour of conversation.
20. The hotel attendant put on a laboured smiled then he shocked me.
21. Tailors laboured over the creation of a wardrobe such had never.
22. He emitted a laboured breath, as if the scene were getting rather.
23. His breathing was laboured; he did not know where he was standing.
24. Indeed, he had laboured to throw off his authority, having despised his.
25. His breathing was so laboured now that every lungful shook his whole body.
26. A sort of slurping noise followed by laboured, dot-and-carry-one footsteps.
27. As predicted, the hollow where they had laboured so hard had filled with water.
28. While I admired and they laboured, dusk grew on, and with it returned the master.
29. While I admired and they laboured, dusk drew on, and with it returned the master.
30. You know yourself how earnestly, in the last months of the last year, I laboured.
31. By degrees, in the pauses of his quick and laboured breathing, he was heard to say:.
32. The view-cam showed the strain in his eyes as he laboured over an entry in his video diary.
33. Soffen indicated the badger that Slikit had so valiantly laboured to drag back to the burrow.
34. Neither could gain the upper hand as their breathing became laboured but still they fought on.
35. His breathing is becoming laboured and he can feel his body slowly but inexorably shutting down.
36. He had laboured at the detailed plans, wrestled with measurements to scale, until his eyes ached.
37. As we laboured along at a walking pace the greyness of the sky grew denser, and it began to rain.
38. Her breathing was laboured and her hands clung to Joe's jacket sleeves as he helped her to sit up.
39. Jess laboured under his pack, which felt like the weight of an extra person clinging to his spine.
40. Hardly out of breath himself, he could hear the youngster’s laboured gasps as he closed behind him.
41. The Warriors tell me that you have laboured intensively and have made more progress than we anticipated.
42. For some had laboured and fought much with the remnants of the Easterlings and Southrons, until all were.
43. Her breathing was laboured with the heat, the weight of her pack and her measured pace over the uneven terrain.
44. His breathing was laboured as he fought for control of his senses, unconsciousness threatening to swarm over him.
45. No! Blomkvist cut him short and heard Grandén’s breathing at the other end of the line become laboured.
46. I sent you to reap from where you contributed no labour; other men laboured and you have entered into their labours.
47. Her mouth was open wide as if she was screaming, but there was only the sound of her laboured breath forced through her nostrils.
48. After having laboured long years beneath the knapsack, they suddenly found themselves officers, commanders, and nobles above all.
49. Then I said, I have laboured in vain, I have spent my strength for nothing, and in vain; yet surely my judgment is with the Lord, and.
50. Onias laboured underhand to be high priest, 8 Promising to the king by intercession three hundred and threescore talents of silver, and.
51. His heart was beating so fiercely in his breast that he seemed to hear it, his laboured breath came and went in a burst of long-drawn sighs.
52. But now his heart felt lighter because Soffen was showing signs of recovery; her gums no longer so pale, her breathing no longer so laboured.
53. Hareton's chest heaved in silence a minute: he laboured under a severe sense of mortification and wrath, which it was no easy task to suppress.
54. Hareton’s chest heaved in silence a minute: he laboured under a severe sense of mortification and wrath, which it was no easy task to suppress.
55. She declined as fast as the others, bleeding from her nose and her vagina, her breathing becoming more and more laboured, her thirst unquenchable.
56. The governesses, recruited at the Chateau des Fleurs, laboured in vain; at twenty years of age their pupil could not speak in any language, not even Russian.
57. The Fund work was her one contribution to a society she laboured with ungraciously and the least he could do was get her to the meeting as quickly as possible.
58. That same woman, it came back to me, who now applauded my virility and passion, had stood quite near me, before a painfully laboured canvas, and said, 'So facile.
59. Throughout the day the people of Pravik laboured to put out the last of the smoldering fires and salvage what they could of the ruins left in the battle’s wake.
60. But I have neither seen nor heard of any such thing among you in the midst of whom the blessed Paul laboured and who are commended in the beginning of his Epistle.
61. Ascending by the long white road that Tess herself had just laboured up, she saw a two-wheeled vehicle, beside which walked a man, who held up his hand to attract her attention.
62. On six days, then, Fanny laboured and did all that she had to do, never giving her religious status a thought, but on the seventh she remembered it, and rested comfortably in bed.
63. It has been in consequence of their representations, accordingly, that the agriculture of France has been delivered from several of the oppressions which it before laboured under.
64. For in this is found the word of truth One sows and another reapeth; And I sent you to reap that in which you have not laboured: others laboured and you have entered on their labour.
65. She had at once given notice, but had been forced all the same to go, being driven over in a dog-cart in the early morning rain by a groom who made laboured pleasantries at her expense.
66. It is only when the morning is beginning to ring with the sound of waking birds, and small creatures stir in the bracken, that the scribe’s laboured walking forces Johan to call a halt.
67. He had become, helped by her, extremely smart and social; and in return, how hard the poor little thing had laboured at his fine phrases and far-fetched eloquence! She had absorbed them all.
68. Breathing heavily, she laboured to lift the stone, swivelling it on one corner and, leaving it balanced precariously resting against a smaller rock, she bent to retrieve the broken corpse of the bird.
69. Besides disliking and despising the sciences, he despised all who laboured to attain what he himself had mastered so easily, since the sciences, as he understood them, did not occupy one-tenth part of his powers.
70. We should hear their stertorous breathing as they laboured up well in time to lock the door; and Papa, ever pitiful and polite, would as likely as not unlock it again to hasten out and offer them chairs and lemonade.
71. Here they laboured in the Dark Years, before ever a ship came to the western shores, or Gondor of the D®nedain was built; and now they had vanished, and only the old P®kel-men were left, still sitting at the turnings of the road.
72. The medicine he administered had reduced the fever somewhat, although her skin still burned to my touch and her breathing was loud and laboured, but he said that she would sleep now for some time, and we could do nothing more except wait.
73. He has laboured since this period to apply this method to other formations, which contain the relics of organized bodies; but he stands in need of much assistance, and he presumes to ask it, not only of naturalists, but even of all persons interested in the sciences.
74. Wherefore then my brethren let us struggle with all earnestness knowing that the contest is [in our case] close at hand and that many undertake long voyages to strive for a corruptible reward; yet all are not crowned but those only that have laboured hard and striven gloriously.
75. But there was no peculiar disgrace in this; for it was very much the case with the chief of their visitors, who almost all laboured under one or other of these disqualifications for being agreeable--Want of sense, either natural or improved--want of elegance--want of spirits--or want of temper.
76. But there was no peculiar disgrace in this; for it was very much the case with the chief of their visitors, who almost all laboured under one or other of these disqualifications for being agreeable—Want of sense, either natural or improved—want of elegance—want of spirits—or want of temper.
77. If, of late, his movements had become more laboured or his gait a touch more sluggish, then the cause was surely, in equal measure, as much the constant burden of his professional obligations as the sumptuous lunches which he forced himself to endure, in order to maintain both his strength and his spirits.
78. Although it was not so much further south than Tokyo, measuring by latitude, Hagi was distinctly warmer than the capital; it bred plants not found in the north, and as the carriage rounded the final bend of the mountain road, Ito saw the yellow flowers nodding in the castle gardens, where workmen laboured on a portion of the wall.
79. Andy looked down at his hands resting on the table in the interview room painfully aware of the whirring coming from the recording machine sitting on the table which was taping every word said in the little room, and the laboured breathing of the uniformed constable who sat motionless on a chair by the door just staring into space.
80. Then there was the uncle; manifestly a man who had never before been required to assist at a school-treat, manifestly on this occasion an unhappy man, yet look how he worked while she sat idly watching, look how he laboured round with cakes and bread-and-butter, clumsily, strenuously, with all the heat and anxiety of one eager to please and obey.
81. The courtyards of the castle resounded with the clanking of leg-irons, sounds of blows, yells of pain; and the commission of high officers laboured feverishly, concealing their distress and apprehensions from each other, and especially from their secretary, Father Beron, an army chaplain, at that time very much in the confidence of the Citizen-Saviour.
82. To the angel of the church of Ephesus write these things: I know your works and your labour and your patience and how you can not bear those who are evil and you have tested those who say they are apostles and are not and have found them liars and have endured and have patience and for my name’s sake have laboured and have not fainted; nevertheless I have something against you because you have left your first love; therefore remember from where you have fallen and repent and do the first works; otherwise I will come to you quickly and I will remove your candlestick out of its place unless you repent; but this thing you have that you hate the deeds of the Nicolations who I also hate; He who has an ear let him listen to what the Spirit says to the churches; He who overcomes I will give him to eat of the tree of life which is in the middle of the paradise of God.
83. Grimly, Trugga laboured on by her side,.
84. All she could hear was his laboured breathing,.
85. Excitement was growing in me as I laboured through the early afternoon,.

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