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trudge

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trudge

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to travel about or journey on foot

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

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walk or tramp about

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We fully expect to see P Diddy traipsing the aisles of Aldi to stock up on booze'
You're out traipsing around and the bulls are right here.
Instead of traipsing round the world on a huge salary, Tony Blair should be made to come home and attend his funeral, along with the ones to come - as should his supporters.
SEX in the City premieres in London tomorrow night, and establishments such as the Park Plaza, in Cardiff, will be catering for the hordes of women who will, in all-female groups, be traipsing along to see if the film is great.
He or she complains about residents who live near the football grounds having to put up with football fans traipsing past their windows and blocking their roads.
Candy, however, is a masterpiece of complexity compared to the underwritten caricatures traipsing through Emilio Estevez's latest star-studded directorial effort, Bobby.
Powered by an endless stream of Splenda-sweetened green teas, Villaraigosa has spent his first year in office averting a strike, brokering a transit pact, wrangling greater influence over the Los Angeles Unified School District, traipsing around China on a trade mission and appearing at nearly every single rally, pothole filling and feel-good event in town.
Point out that we still haven't caught the six-foot-seven-inch Arab guy traipsing around the Khyber Pass dragging behind him a solar-powered kidney dialysis machine from the Islamabad Sharper Image catalogue.
Siegfried's light young tone nicely matches 13-year-old Ingrid Levin-Hill's persona as a soccer-playing, Sherlock Holmes-loving, aspiring actress intent on investigating and traipsing around in the middle of the night when she should be at home in bed.
No more traipsing up and down the High Street and then to get a knockback because you were not up at the crack of dawn to wait for the betting shop to open
But anything else--like a major re-do to the kitchen or the bathroom--is a red flag for most co-op board members, who will probably envision months of noisy, dusty construction work with laborers traipsing in and out of the building.
The Swiss are a people who don't rile easily, but Hirschhorn struck a nerve, and his countrymen (many traveling from home) along with Parisians came to the show by the hundreds, traipsing through the cardboard corridors and the onslaught of political broadsides, through the theater, conference room, and cafe, arriving in the photocopy room, where the artist held court every day--friendly, earnest, convinced--openly welcoming their questions.
Traipsing happily off the pitch, the Wolves legend asked Elliott if he'd enjoyed scoring goals at Wolves.
A Mississippi locality has passed an ordinance requiring all livestock to be diapered when entering the town Starting November 7, all horses, cattle, sheep, mules and other livestock, will have to wear a waste collection device when traipsing on city streets.
Venable spent seven years traipsing 400 acres, mapping out a community where he could build houses, but in a way that wouldn't displace the animals that lived there first.