Words nearby belabour
How to use belabour in a sentence
Bruin's master did not fail to take the part of his companion, and, in his turn, began to belabour the dog.
At one time some worthy fellow entreats us to take up the public cudgel and belabour a blatant Economist.
Baba Yaga appears with the usual phenomena, and the usual dialogue follows, till she begins to belabour the hero with her pestle.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
He took the whip and stood up to belabour the wretched sleeper about the neck, face and shoulders.Moscow|Fred Whishaw
Saying which, she proceeded to belabour the poor Dwarf with her knotted stick, clutching him fast by his ear the while.The Geste of Duke Jocelyn|Jeffery Farnol