noun, plural drudg·er·ies.
Origin of drudgery
Examples from the Web for drudgery
We coo over how cute our cat is and minimize the drudgery of cleaning the litter box.
That is said with zero disrespect for the hard work, and often drudgery, that those jobs entail.Jobs Report Shows Unemployment Steady, but There’s Underlying Trouble|Zachary Karabell|March 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For many Afghan women, a life of violence, drudgery and ill health is the best they can expect.Will Fawzia Koofi Be Afghanistan's First Female President?|Fawzia Koofi|January 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On Monday she was scheduled for a full day of press to promote the series, drudgery under the best of circumstances.
And then there are folks like Wesselman-Pierce who just want a break from the drudgery of real life.
It was something to get rid of the drudgery of toil, and escape the snubbing and rebuffs of her present vocation.Secret Service or Recollections of a City Detective|Andrew Forrester
Disappointment, drudgery, oblivion, and poverty are often the portion of the less fortunate ones.Inventors & Inventions|Henry Robinson
He was a lad of superior organization, and so, although obedient and obliging, had an extreme distaste for drudgery.Cleveland Past and Present|Maurice Joblin
How could he think of work as a drudgery, how others could look upon it as such was incomprehensible to him.Wilford Woodruff|Matthias F. Cowley
He did the cooking for the other men in the fort, the dish-washing and the drudgery.White Fang|Jack London