Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The second division of race-boats at Cambridge, England.
  • noun One who hits hard, as in boxing or ball-playing. See slugger.
  • noun In cricket, one who strikes at the ball wildly and without judgment.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Cant or Slang A hard hitter; a slugger.

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  • noun cricket A cricketer who attempts to score runs fast by attacking every ball that can be hit

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  • noun someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours
  • noun someone who walks in a laborious heavy-footed manner
  • noun a boxer noted for an ability to deliver hard punches

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Examples

  • Then Dave Boone and Wally made a stand that roused the perspiring spectators to something like enthusiasm, for Mr. Boone was a mighty "slogger," and Wally had a neat and graceful style that sent the Cunjee supporters into the seventh heaven.

    Mates at Billabong

  • As a long time slogger, erm, I mean blogger, you have succinctly put into words the struggle.

    The Future of Publishing is You and I

  • I have tried hundreds of dollars worth of miracles and found the best solution was cheapest; a one size too big pair of rubber slogger boots from KMart for $18.97 coupled with a thick wool pac boot insert and a couple pair of wool socks, feels like I am walking on pillows too!

    Out Cold

  • The most recent one was in the Stranger Slog this morning involving slogger Erica Barnett and the moving company All My Sons Movers. (link to slog)

    Horror Stories With Moving Companies

  • The most recent one was in the Stranger Slog this morning involving slogger Erica Barnett and the moving company All My Sons Movers. (link to slog)

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I ended up doing many marathons and ultra-marathons, but now I'm a slogger, a slow jogger.

    Debate wrapup

  • Woolfian greatness of, 157; as Rushdie fan, 157; as disappointing husband, 158-159; as slogger, 158; hypergraphia of, 158

    Who's Who

  • There once was a Scoble the blogger much more open than Ballmer the slogger

    Scoble going back to Microsoft

  • Woolfian greatness of, 157; as Rushdie fan, 157; as disappointing husband, 158-159; as slogger, 158; hypergraphia of, 158

    Who's Who

  • Woolfian greatness of, 157; as Rushdie fan, 157; as disappointing husband, 158-159; as slogger, 158; hypergraphia of, 158

    Who's Who

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