footslog definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To go, march, or trudge, particularly over a lengthy length.
    • To go, march, or trudge, particularly over a lengthy distance.
    • To go, march, or trudge, specifically over a long distance.
    • To go, march, or trudge, particularly over a long length.
    • To walk, march, or trudge, particularly over an extended length.
    • To go, march, or trudge, especially over a lengthy length.
    • To go, march, or trudge, especially over an extended distance.
    • To walk, march, or trudge, specially over an extended distance.
    • To stroll, march, or trudge, especially over a long length.
  • noun:
    • a case of footslogging.
    • a case of footslogging.
    • an example of footslogging.
    • a case of footslogging.
    • a case of footslogging.
    • a case of footslogging.
    • An instance of footslogging.
    • an example of footslogging.
    • An instance of footslogging.
  • verb:
    • to go heavily over a lengthy length or in a weary manner; to trudge
    • to go greatly over a long length or perhaps in a weary manner; to trudge
    • walk greatly and solidly, as when weary, or through mud
    • go heavily and securely, as when weary, or through mud
    • to stroll heavily over a lengthy distance or in a weary way; to trudge
    • go greatly and securely, as when weary, or through dirt
    • to stroll greatly over a long distance or in a weary fashion; to trudge
    • to go greatly over an extended length or in a weary manner; to trudge
    • go heavily and firmly, as whenever weary, or through dirt
    • stroll greatly and firmly, as when weary, or through dirt
    • to stroll heavily over an extended length or perhaps in a weary way; to trudge
    • to stroll heavily over a long length or in a weary way; to trudge
    • go heavily and securely, as when weary, or through mud
    • to stroll heavily over a lengthy length or perhaps in a weary manner; to trudge
    • walk greatly and securely, as whenever weary, or through dirt
    • stroll greatly and securely, as whenever weary, or through mud
    • to walk heavily over a long distance or in a weary manner; to trudge
    • walk greatly and firmly, as whenever weary, or through mud

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