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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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Let's hear it for plodders and everything that's so so.
Plodders must be instructed thoroughly, but once they get the hang of their jobs, they are productive and reliable workers.
Having lost my nerve, I then trundled about on plodders for ages because the prospect of never ridingagain was completely unbearable.
So it was no surprise to see Gianluca Vialli's cosmopolitan mix prove too strong for George Graham's honest but severely-limited plodders yet again at White Hart Lane.
While inspectors and sergeants are the heroes of TV dramas like The Bill or Inspector Morse, superintendents grumble that they are portrayed as plodders or schemers.
The Santa Anita track was very fast that day, giving front-runners like Indian Charlie an edge, blunting the rallies of plodders like Real Quiet.
Enterprising full-backs Kyle Walker and Ciaran Clark are a major improvement on plodders Stephen Warnock and Luke Young, and midfielders Stilian Petrov and Nigel Reo-Coker are finally back to full fitness.
He is not one of these plodders, and over a trip he has a turn of foot.
Perhaps a new boss could get better performances out of the plodders on our books, though I doubt it.
So you are then left with no alternative but to force your way into the convoy, which results in the plodders flashing lights, blasting horns and gesticulating wildly.
You start in the GTi races with plodders like Micras and Clios, and work your way up to the real beasts - like the Marcos GTS.
I, too, believe heaven will be full of honest plodders.
Gone is our swagger and instead we possess plodders who aren't going to disturb anything at the sharp end of the race.
The Plodders team - driver PC Sid Finlay of Honiton, PC Don Pearson of Newton Abbot, PC Craig Buckley of Tavistock and IT trainer Bill Baxter of Exmouth, all Devon - was travelling in a Y-registered Frontera 2.
Their midfield players bust a gut to get forward, while our static plodders are terrified to cross the halfway line.