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Synonyms for schlep

to move while supporting

Synonyms for schlep

(Yiddish) an awkward and stupid person

a tedious or difficult journey

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pull along heavily, like a heavy load against a resistance

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Some attended study sessions or social gatherings, while others simply read the synagogue bulletins, supported their spouses in their religious pursuits and shlepped the kids to junior services, Hebrew school or bar/bat mitzvah lessons.
One guy shlepped me once in Philadelphia and forced me to take three suits from his factory, so I was done with suits.
Spying into the private room that contains the captain's table, I notice with some resentment that Buckley has excused himself from the ship's explicit orders regarding formal wear, even with the easily available rentals, while I have shlepped my tuxedo thousands of miles, going so far as to pony up thirty bucks in the jewelry shop to replace forgotten cufflinks, out of misplaced respect for the conservative order of things.
She herself shlepped into Brooklyn College at night and during the day worked as a stenotypist for an electronics firm until--in 1960--the company decided to move to New Jersey.
So, he shlepped to Brooklyn to discover a disappointing crowd of eight people collected in a member's living room.