- to go or walk heavily or laboriously; trudge: "donkeys that plodded wearily in a circle round a gin” ( D.H. Lawrence).
- To work or act perseveringly or monotonously; drudge: plodding through a mountain of documents.
- traveling slowly but steadily; to trudge.
- To toil; to drudge; specially, to analyze laboriously and patiently.
- To trudge along or higher.
- To walk on gradually or greatly.
- The act of moving or walking greatly and gradually.
- The noise produced by huge step.
- A slow or labored stroll or other movement or activity.
- A puddle.
- the police, cops
- a police officer, specifically a low-ranking one.
- A puddle.
- the work of walking with a slow heavy gait
- To walk or go slowly and heavily or laboriously (+ on, through, over).
- To trudge over or through.
- stroll greatly and firmly, as when weary, or through dirt
- To trudge; vacation or work gradually and perseveringly; go on in just about any quest with regular, laborious diligence.
- To lag behind or puzzle upon the aroma: stated of hounds.
- going or walk-over in much, laboring manner; achieve by heavy, toilsome hiking or exertion.
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- to go or walk heavily or laboriously; trudge:…
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