toil (v.)
exhaust, tire out, fatigue
2H6 I.i.81 [Gloucester to all] did my brother Bedford toil his wits / To keep by policy what Henry got?
Ham I.i.72 [Marcellus to Horatio and Barnardo] nightly toils the subject of the land
MND V.i.74 [Philostrate to Theseus, of the rustics] now have toiled their unbreathed memories / With this same play against your nuptial
R2 IV.i.96 [Bishop of Carlisle to Bolingbroke, of Norfolk] toiled with works of war, retired himself / To Italy

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