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  • v. Present participle of slog.

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Examples

  • I don’t read a lot of fiction when I’m on point with my writing (and I have been as of late, thank goodness, flying after you’ve been slogging is always a good feeling) but given the several-days break I’m taking with this visit I needed a plane book.

    traveling, news, contest stuff, good books, etc. « paper fruit

  • And the aforementioned conditions make the idea of slogging out to Westford less than appealing … especially since I'd be coming home in the dark.

    Fedora People

  • Also on Nov. 8, Levinsohn took the stage at the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, telling attendees that his work at Fox on MySpace is "slogging," and has caused him to gain weight and lose sleep.

    MySpace Exec Out At FoxFox Replaces Online Exec With Cousin

  • That's when we're really going to have a clear sign if people are back on track, or if we're just kind of slogging around in nowheresville.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2001

  • Elizabethan satirists, -- the vitriolic bitterness of Nash, the sententious profundity of Donne, the happy-go-lucky "slogging" of genial Dekker, the sledge-hammer blows of Jonson, the turgid malevolence of Chapman, and the stiletto-like thrusts of George

    English Satires

  • He and Pott were both distinguished for their "slogging" or bludgeoning articles, and both were High Tories, or "Blue," as Mr. Pott had it.

    Pickwickian Studies

  • Pirates on May 25, 1935 - is displayed alongside the modern, heftier cricket bats built to empower the "slogging" for the fences - the "boundary," in cricket terms - that is one of the baseball influences that have found their way into contemporary cricket.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The book is okay but honestly, it's really just kind of slogging along issue to issue and I think it's going to be better in trades anyway, John Cassaday's covers be damned.

    iFanboy

  • Happily too, because the availability of the word shlog freed it up to become recent slang for, to put it politely, “slogging through sewage” and “school blog,” uses that some English-speaking teenagers appear to find indispensable.

    The English Is Coming!

  • In the past year, U.S. forces have been pushing deeper into Kandahar province, slogging through the fields and mud-walled compounds that can hide insurgents and weapons caches.

    Making inroads in Afghanistan

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