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  • v. Present participle of footslog.


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  • Of course, I was "footslogging," but this day, having no horse to drag after me, was able to wander more at leisure.

    A Yeoman's Letters Third Edition

  • This is a novel in which characters turn to one another and say things like ‘I suppose all this footslogging seems primitive to you, with your flying machines and thinking boxes, the marvellous war-making devilry of futurity!’

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • The last book in this trilogy is probably not quite as good as the other two, you could call it a 3.75 if you like, but there is some entertaining commentary on what goes on in the spook office with the whole clueless management versus the footslogging hardworking spy in the field.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: London Match - Len Deighton

  • The next day found Inman angling down to the southwest, footslogging an old cart path through the mountains.

    Cold Mountain

  • 'So far as I can make out that won't take me into the passport country, but I'll have to do a bit of footslogging.

    Mr. Standfast


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