[ US /ˈtæksɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /tˈæksɪŋ/ ]
  1. not easily borne; wearing
    my duties weren't onerous; I only had to greet the guests
    a taxing schedule
    the burdensome task of preparing the income tax return
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How To Use taxing In A Sentence

  • It was taxing to repeat the performance, and took nearly twice as long to finish drawing the sigils and runes.
  • Feats that are usually demanding and taxing are accomplished with ease.
  • He ordered detailed cadastral surveys in order to determine whether a tithe of produce or a fixed impost on agricultural land would be the most efficient method of taxing agricultural revenues.
  • But our cases usually involve nothing more taxing than sitting in front of a computer screen drinking coffee and making phone calls. DEAD BEAT
  • Although the day had presented no taxing challenge, he had conducted himself with dignity and ability.
  • There are some puzzles in the game, but nothing too brain taxing.
  • As with other protectionist schemes, it is really about taxing Americans and imposing price floors to benefit a politically influential industry.
  • This does not mean just taxing the rich and chucking the money up the wall. Times, Sunday Times
  • Taxing capital gains on home sales - partially offset by the abolition of stamp duty - would break this cycle of irrationalism. Times, Sunday Times
  • They will be responsible for taxing and insuring the car and complying with all legal and regulatory requirements. The Sun
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