from The Century Dictionary.
- With labor and fatigue; laboriously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a drudging manner; laboriously.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb In a drudging manner;
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Page 17 hand and mind was left to the production of fresh beauties, instead of slowly and drudgingly copying itself in its works.
By Rob Sharp View as one page 1: 20 PM Thursday Jul 1, 2010 Email Print To some, it is the most drudgingly boring website since watching-grass-grow. com.
Others will say, "Look, Bush screwed up royally and frequently for eight years and he never admitted doing so," or, at best, he drudgingly admitted that "mistakes were made."
The clever twenty-somethings of "Gen X," tired of "pointless jobs done drudgingly to little applause," have given way in the new book to five people who seem to share nothing but their improbable encounters with insects.
Meanwhile they just stay out of the limelight nice and quiet, going about their business operations in drudgingly routine and boring ways.
I could probably sif thtrough hundreds of posts and find the answer, but because I live so far out, I am drudgingly tethered to dial-up and surfing for answer is extremely excruciating.
Obama took the next two and a half months of excitement and turned into a drudgingly boring race. "