Repetitive challenges, lackluster contestants, and Texas-sized problems have made watching this season of Top Chef a chore.
Instead of a chore, choose something you love so you absolutely look forward to it.
Dancing makes moving in time with music into more of a party and less of a chore.
Similarly, I learned that studying was a choice, not a chore.
Relationships seemed like a chore, and it was easier to stay free and single.
There the chore boy was in a corner of the corn field with a gun.
The sooner he finished the sooner his mother might give him some other chore to do.
When the collection reached ten thousand words and upward, it began to be quite a chore to make a new copy.
He did not force him, he did many a chore for him, always picked the best piece of the meal for him.
Another was practically the chore boy of the worker who was assigned to teach him.
1751, American English, variant of char, from Middle English cherre "odd job," from Old English cerr, cierr "turn, change, time, occasion, affair business."
Chore, a corruption of char, is an English word, still used in many parts of England, as a char-man, a char-woman; but in America, it is perhaps confined to New England. It signifies small domestic jobs of work, and its place cannot be supplied by any other single word in the language. [Noah Webster, "Dissertations on the English Language," 1789]