- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drudge.
“He sang in choirs, played at balls and weddings and baptisms, made "arrangements" for anybody who would employ him, and in short drudged very much as Wagner did at the outset of his tempestuous career.”
“We impressed upon these young minds that work could be fun, not just something that old people drudged through between breakfast and dinner.”
“McConnell has drudged up few novel stories from Rwanda of his own, discovering few, if any, truly riveting critiques of the current president, the state or its people that have not previously been reported.”
“The wife assisted him in the details of business, darned his hose, drudged at the wash-tub, took care of other people's children for hire, and generously gave him whatever money she earned and could spare beyond her actual expenses.”
“While Orion drudged away on government work, Sam began to grow restless.”
“Has he drudged up Bill's storied personal past – no! Did he go after Bill in terms of his politics – absolutely.”
“I think they did a pretty good job beating him up over the last 19 months or so with all the rumors and innuendos that they drudged up.”
“Failed Indo-European comparisons of yesteryear are drudged up in De Grummond's book Etruscan myth, sacred history, and legend 2006 between Tin and Odin of all things2.”
“If Holocaust victims could find their way onto protesters 'signs over health care reform, imagine what kind of trash will be drudged up when we move on to immigration.”
“More and more dirt is being drudged up by the trial of Tony Rezko, the famed Chicago slum lord and Obama family friend.”
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