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Synonyms for drudge

one who works or toils tirelessly

to do tedious, laborious, and sometimes menial work

Synonyms for drudge

one who works hard at boring tasks

a laborer who is obliged to do menial work

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Drudge. And, as the dissatisfied Moon, eager to replace first-stringer Higgs, Slabik ideally balances resentment and resignation, delivering Moon's second-tier calls to arms with equal parts passion and futility.
A spokesman for the British band in London declined to comment on the Drudge Report article.
Trump ranked fifth in the Drudge Report poll, with about 24,000 votes or 5 per cent of the total, according to the Journal .
JANUARY 17, 1998--The Drudge Report, an online news aggregator known primarily as a gossip sheet, breaks the story of Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky after Newsweek decides to hold its story.
But, bizarrely, it has been a drudge through to the last-16 from a team used to blitzing opposition and this is not a performance Guardiola will look back on with much joy despite a 2-1 victory.
On Monday, conservative blogger Matt Drudge slammed the hosts of "Outnumbered," Fox News's daytime talk show, for appearing to laugh while discussing how the recent violent attacks, including the incident where pipe bombs were sent to prominent critics of President Donald Trump and Saturday's mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, will affect the upcoming midterm elections.
Brazil-Switzerland (7pm, ITV) might be more of a drudge than you'd hope too.
Breitbart News, the Drudge Report, InfoWars, Natural News, and dozens of other Internet-based news providers have already been targeted and are feeling the impact of the corporate-government jackbooted heel on their jugulars.
The Drudge Report, a highly-trafficked sewer of right-wing racism and hate, led its site with the despicable headline "Black Lives Kill." The New York Post, normally a slightly less unseemly sewer of the same, decided to go with "Civil War" in its headline.
Rick Kissell's story about cable networks sitting pretty on the eve of TV's upfronts (Zombies Bring Cable to the Tipping Point) was picked up by the Drudge Report.
I might be able to tell my liberal friends I don't read Drudge anymore.
A post on the Drudge Report recently reported that Petraeus, the former commander of American war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan, could be added to the list of Romney's choice of vice president.
The column came to the attention of Matt Drudge, the media commentator, and his Drudge Report.
In the 18th century, the storied British conservative Edmund Burke observed that "nine parts in ten of the whole race of mankind drudge through life." Nasar, an economist herself, profiles a long list of notables--from novelist Charles Dickens to Nobelist Amartya Sen--who have applied their prodigious intellectual talents to improving the lot of that lower 90 percent.
In a separate case, Natt Drudge of the Drudge Report has settled with Righthaven, which sued the conservative blogger for re-posting a Denver Post photo without permission.