Belabor in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Belabor

to emphasize an idea or suggestion too much in a way that becomes boring or annoying; to go on and on about something

Examples of Belabor in a sentence

If you’re just going to continue to belabor the point, I’m going home.  πŸ”Š

If the author hadn’t taken up so much space to belabor his viewpoint on the politics of the time, the novel would have been shorter and easier to read.  πŸ”Š

He has a tendency to belabor the obvious, so he wasn’t voted in as chairman.  πŸ”Š

Some people use social media as a means to belabor their own views on an issue.  πŸ”Š

Jo Ann’s strategy for settling an argument is to belabor her point until the other person gives up.  πŸ”Š

Because he always wants to belabor the issue of the budget, people have stopped attending the meetings and we never have a quorum.  πŸ”Š

Even though I don’t want to belabor the facts about how difficult it is to get into veterinary school, you should know that it’s wise to have a Plan B.  πŸ”Š

Because the speaker was inclined to belabor every point of his speech, the exhausted audience lost interest in everything he had to say.  πŸ”Š

When an issue is as important as preventing domestic abuse, it’s impossible to belabor any relevant point.  πŸ”Š

If the committee chair doesn’t belabor any of the details on the agenda, we should be out of the meeting in half an hour.  πŸ”Š

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