belabour /bɪˈleɪbə / ‹US› belabor

b

I. verb [with obj.]

1. attack (someone) physically or verbally

Bernard was belabouring Jed with his fists.
2. argue or discuss (a subject) in excessive detail

there is no need to belabour the point.
– origin late Middle English: from be- + the verb labour.

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