His successors will face the arduous task of fleshing out the content of this “pivot.”
Few whites believed that blacks had the right stuff to tackle tricky and arduous long-distance flights.
Once the budget has been creatively handled, a director still faces the arduous task of casting.
The marriage talks fell apart on Oct. 18, after weeks of frenetic courtship and arduous negotiations.
Rose had the most arduous journey, since his symptoms came while he was in Syria interviewing President Bashar al-Assad.
There were at least two sergeants, he claimed furiously, whose turn it should have been to go on this arduous mission.
Every thought was bent to attain the end, no labour was deemed to arduous.
To hunt them out of their native lairs and bind them to arduous and ignominious servitude was hardly to be thought of.
How arduous and delicate they were may be readily understood.
It was near the close of day, when she retired from the presence of the garrison, to seek repose from her arduous duties.
1530s, "hard to accomplish, difficult to do," from Latin arduus "high, steep," also figuratively, "difficult," from PIE root *eredh- "to grow, high" (see ortho-). Literal sense of "high, steep, difficult to climb," attested in English from 1709.