The British Idiom – Fruit of your labours
Definition of Fruit of your labours
The fruit of your labours is anything that you actually produce yourself.
Examples of Usage of Fruit of your labours
This website is the fruit of my labours. Can you imagine how Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor, felt when he stepped back and looked up at the fruits of his labours, the four giant faces on Mount Rushmore?
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