plod

All Verb Noun
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  • Off they plodded, and in about an hour they came down again to another fine lake. Cited from Bob Hunt in Canada, by George W. Orton
  • And when the sun went down they were still plodding on towards the hills. Cited from The Elephant God, by Gordon Casserly
  • When he had plodded to the end, he started at the beginning again. Cited from My Brilliant Career, by Miles Franklin
  • For hours he plodded straight ahead, doing over and over some appointed task. Cited from Poor White, by Sherwood Anderson
  • But with every step that he went plodding home there came other feelings. Cited from The Christian, by Hall Caine
  • It seemed to her that he might plod on for ever without reaching his goal. Cited from The Bars of Iron, by Ethel May Dell
  • She saw the horse-cars plodding along, and tried to read the words on them. Cited from Little Folks Astray, by Sophia May (Rebecca Sophia Clarke)
  • I saw it all those nights when you would leave me to go plodding up the hill. Cited from The Soldier of the Valley, by Nelson Lloyd
  • As he plodded along his way, he thought over all the experiences of the morning. Cited from Sevenoaks, by J. G. Holland
  • They never play, never smile, but plod away, from early morning until late at night. Cited from Round the World, by Andrew Carnegie
  • How far did the man expect her to plod to meet him? Cited from Under the Red Robe, by Stanley Weyman
  • The two boys plodded along across the field as Miles moved up closer. Cited from Treachery in Outer Space, by Carey Rockwell and Louis Glanzman
  • An old story now, these days of silent plodding through the driving snow. Cited from The Magnetic North, by Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
  • Until dark he plodded through the pages, then turned on the electric light. Cited from The Submarine Boys on Duty, by Victor G. Durham
  • They had been so faithful and had plodded along when there seemed no hope for them. Cited from Death Valley in '49, by William Lewis Manly
  • In the middle of it he met his young charge plodding along with an air of perfect content. Cited from Happy Pollyooly, by Edgar Jepson
  • It took us over an hour of steady plodding before we again came in sight of them. Cited from The Land of Footprints, by Stewart Edward White #4
  • No, we don't plod along here with nobody to care how we get along. Cited from Divers Women, by Pansy and Mrs. C.M. Livingston
  • Her husband, who was plodding after her, begged her to read no more. Cited from Hours in a Library, Volume I (of III), by Leslie Stephen
  • Through the glass I made him out against the shore, as he plodded along in my direction. Cited from Ways of Wood Folk, by William J. Long
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