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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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The 20th Century Fox film about the British rock band has plodded through directors and stars over the last decade, with the latest hitch occurring when Singer failed to return to the set after Thanksgiving.
Smith plodded through the first session for 28 and the stand reached 110 and was starting to annoy the Bears when it was broken thanks, in part, to your correspondent.
Laden with shopping bags, Irma and Efrain Gutierrez plodded from Mervyn's in Valencia before 8 a.
The caravans of traders and goods plodded slowly onward, braving scorching deserts, snow-covered mountains, bandits, and other dangers.
Esteban waits by the rail awhile after Cabezon has plodded chuckling off to his cabin.
Grigg, who has no peers, probably said that or something like it as he plodded through all that "acceptable evil.