plodder


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Synonyms for plodder

one who works or toils tirelessly

Synonyms for plodder

someone who walks in a laborious heavy-footed manner

someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours

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In truth the Magpies deserved a draw for their second-half performance of character but both teams looked what they are - relegation plodders.
To base his conspiracy book on when a letter arrived at Down House and to say that Darwin was not a genius but a plodder, shows how Mr Davies has wasted his "12 years" of research.
His temperament is fine - he's described as "a nice, slow, plodder" - but will need some treatment from a vet to get him back in tip-top condition.
These days, his reputation as a middle of the road plodder has more in common with his moniker.
He described himself as God's plodder. ``I can plod - this is my only genius.
The plodder leading the convoy is driving at a fixed 43 mph, despite the fact that they are driving on a road with a 60mph limit.
Missed cuts at the CareerBuilder Challenge and Honda Classic were particularly alarming and the 40-year-old plodder was 47th of 66 runners at Doral.
To base his conspiracy book on when a letter arrived at Downe House and to say that Darwin was not a genius but a plodder, shows how Mr Davies has wasted his "12 years" of research.
If Juliet was a plodder, Brendan is a marathon champ, racing through topical observations, pausing briefly to down his Guinness.
Peter Ridsdale paid pounds 7million for nothing more than a run-of-the-mill midfield plodder. He then agreed to pay him in the region of pounds 37,000 A WEEK.
Alhesan is a plodder and Memphis Dancer, the danger on the book, has lost her form lately.
Brendan Powell @bpowell13 Would love to train a 'plodder' like Don Poli.
TWO plodder centre-backs in City's sde so we go with two plodder centre forwards!
Regardless of the speed limit, weather and traffic conditions the plodder will always keep the same pace - until he comes to a hill.