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be·la·bor / biˈlābər/ • v. [tr.] 1. argue or elaborate (a subject) in excessive detail: critics thought they belabored the obvious. 2. attack or assault (someone) physically or verbally: Tyndale seized every opportunity to belabor the Roman Church.

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