To belabor the comparison a bit, the same could be said for the American Dream.
And she chose the dinner party where he was the guest to belabor him with this abuse.
And finally, not to belabor it, there was the Palin nomination.
And if she limped a little, she no doubt owed that to the poor woman, whom old Macquart used to belabor with blows.
And picking up a pillow he started to belabor his chum with it.
An old man stood up and began to belabor the frightened animal.
Roger had already laid aside his gun, and picking up a long stick, he commenced to belabor some of the coiled snakes.
Like lubberly monks, we belabor our own shoulders, and take a vast satisfaction in the music of our own groans.
They got mad at my stumbling over them, took away my parcel and began to belabor me.
Unable to see the joke, I twisted off one of the legs of the little table and, thus armed, began to belabor the pugnacious brute.