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  • v. Present participle of trudge.

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Examples

  • And in trudging fairways for NBC since 1992, he says, "I still haven't been busted for speaking too loudly."

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  • For Latinos, 32 percent said they'd be "much more interested" in voting and another 12 percent said they'd be somewhat more attracted to the idea of trudging to the polls.

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  • They distributed the packages as fairly as they could, though Bilbo thought his lot was wearisomely heavy, and did not at all like the idea of trudging for miles and miles with all that on his back.

    The Hobbit

  • The Bulldogs love playing at a pace that can best be described as trudging along, so everything was copacetic at that point.

    BLACK ENTERPRISE

  • The book also seems to capture the rhythms - and tedium - of economic diplomacy, poking fun at the predictable communiqu├ęs from international financial gatherings: Celine saw that it was just a rehash of the usual stuff - exhortations for greater international cooperation and coordination, admonitions for prudent monetary and fiscal policies - and the idea of trudging through the same trite, tired phrases, trotted out each year like forgotten medals at a

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  • Depending on my mood - I'm old enough to recall trudging down to the local record shop to buy their 1982 compilation

    PopMatters

  • Her social work experience and upbringing - the daughter of alcoholics, she recalls trudging through her south side Milwaukee neighborhood in her pajamas looking for her mother in its bars - gave her a particular compassion for the often-broken souls who made their way to St. James, at 833 W. W.sconsin Ave. During her tenure, St. James, which already hosted the independent meal program known as The Gathering, expanded its ministries to the poor and homeless.

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  • We are told that he was "trudging" "along the road", and that his voice "seemed hard and severe".

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  • "And that's what this record is about, is me kind of trudging through those years and finding myself in darker places than I wanted to be, and all that."

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  • "And I view the notion of trudging on foot for two hundred miles through the mud with a lot more than abhorrrrence.

    Drums of Autumn

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