chore


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Synonyms for chore

a piece of work that has been assigned

a difficult or tedious undertaking

Synonyms for chore

a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee

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Before the industry starts to strike at the root of problems related to household chores, it must start to empathize with women who are spending a lifetime doing invisible unpaid housework.
I get $20 a week for my chores. In the future, I'd like to be a singer/songwriter and get paid from $100 to $500.
The on-demand app connects self-employed providers who have passed background checks with both home and business users who need chores and small jobs completed.
Popular chores include lawn care, house cleaning, junk removal and small home repairs.
So in the end, women still have a longer list of chores to do.
One little chore I've always enjoyed is collecting four o'clock flower seeds.
This already rich historiography reveals that chores and responsibilities played a significant and complex role in the lives of most children in western North America.
One way to teach children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to help with household chores is to create a chore chart and reward the children as they complete their chores.
Generally, husbands are more likely than wives to say they are responsible for a given chore, and vice versa.
With the very high price of gasoline--and I'm doubtful we'll see any reduction soon, pumping gas is now my least favorite chore.
This is another excellent chore to work the upper body, especially back and side muscles.
has completed its acquisition of the Chore Boy line of cleaning products from Reckitt Benckiser Inc.
Then you've got a plugged fuel system and a major cleaning chore ahead of you.
Tying fitness into a regular chore, such as walking the dog, guarantees that you'll always find time for exercise.