chore


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Synonyms for chore

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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Suzie points out that if parents don't get children to do chores, they'll be totally unequipped for independent living as adults.
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.
This chore was also fun, but not as much of an extravaganza as making brooms with broom straw.
Now they split the chores between them - and project manager Tom has turned out to be a whiz in the kitchen.
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.
RELATED ARTICLE: Chore charts and recipe books are helpful tools.
There is a little more equal distribution of labor on the one remaining chore included in the list -- investments.
According to one recent study, nine out of 10 Southern California families do not follow a regular chore schedule.
PAYjr is a free online allowance and chore management system for teens.
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.
I usually assign all chore responsibilities to one child at a time for several months or a semester, long enough to establish a sense of routine and to instill the pride that comes with pet care.
Then you've got a plugged fuel system and a major cleaning chore ahead of you.