o·pe·ror[1]

  1. do
  2. labor
  3. take pains
  4. to be active
  5. to work
  6. toil

Synonyms for operor

  • aerumnahardship, toil, tribulation
  • facessoaccomplish, do, to work zealously
  • functusdo, execute, perform, to occupy oneself
  • fungido, execute, perform, to occupy oneself
  • fungoradminister, do, execute, perform, to discharge, to occupy oneself
  • labordistress, exertion, fatigue, glide, hardip, hardship, labor, slide, slip away, to sink, to slip, toil, work
  • laborislabor, toil, work
  • moliorconstruct, contrive, erect, strive, struggle, struggle alone, to attempt, to build, toil
  • negotiumbusiness, employment, labor, occupation, pains, pursuit, task
  • nixorlabor, strain, strive, struggle, to lean against

Similar to operor

  • operalabor, pains, work
  • operatiowork
  • operisbuilding, completed work, labor, work, work done
  • obedienterobediently
  • obedioto yield obedience to
  • obexbarrier
  • obiciothrow in someone's teeth, to offer
  • obiecithrow in someone's teeth, to offer
  • obiectumthrow in someone's teeth, to offer
  • obligatusbound, under an obligation