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Synonyms for plod

Synonyms for plod

to walk heavily, slowly, and with difficulty

to do tedious, laborious, and sometimes menial work

Synonyms for plod

the act of walking with a slow heavy gait


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walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud

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To enter the 2008 LifeStyle Porthkerry Plod, please telephone Andrew, from Penarth and Dinas Runners, on 07879 060 270 or e-mail porthkerryplod@hotmail.
He said: 'Our team can put together a personal training programme for the Porthkerry Plod.
And to show there are no hard feelings Sly and Gobbo are even let out of jail by PC Plod to go to the fair - after they promise to be good.
Deputy Zoo Curator, Matt Lewis, said: "We saw press stories about a rabbit weighing 15 pounds and decided to pop Mr Plod on the scales to see what he weighs.
INS AND OUTS: As one Corkhill old boy returns, in the shape of Rod the Plod, his long-suffering aunty Jackie will be doing a runner
But Docherty said: "The Italians will plod and plod away and bore the a**e off you - wear you down and nick a penalty or a free-kick.
The former plod said that in 30 years in the police force they only used their batons as a last resort.
A 40-year-old tortoise called MR PLOD - after the character in NODDY - has been pinched from a garden in Andover, Hants.
In addition to Noddy she also owns Big Ears, Mr Plod, and Miss Fluffy Cat.
Chief Constable Plod despatched a superint- endent, a DCI and two inspectors to nail this appalling crime.
Perhaps we should have just let him plod along and then sign for the club of his choice for nothing when his contract expired (a lesson learnt from a certain Steve McManaman).
Three of the Enid Blyton books based on the antics of Noddy (Nodi) and PC Plod (Plisman Plod) are being released by Welsh recording company Sain.
Plod past the hyperbole to the details and the economic oomph tends to diminish, especially in markets like Southern California.
Mr Plod (now Officer Plod) will no longer use his famous phrase: "Stop.
Sylvia,'' on the other hand, is one straight, dreary plod toward annihilation.