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Synonyms for slog

work

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trudge

Synonyms for slog

to walk heavily, slowly, and with difficulty

to do tedious, laborious, and sometimes menial work

Synonyms for slog

walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud

strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat

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"My favorite shot was always the slog sweep," Taylor said.
"I was trying to keep him out of a three-and-a-quarter-mile slog in soft ground, but he was bought to have fun with.
I'd recommend Slog's dad unhesitatingly to the more perceptive KS2 pupils, as well as anyone at KS3 and upwards.
New man Raina wasted little time in settling in, smashing five boundaries for his 32, but was undone by Clarke's flight and his down-the-wicket slog only found the hands of Ben Hilfenhaus at mid on.
The climbers reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in the early hours of Saturday after five days of slog.
The longer the slog the slimmer the chance of escaping gross errors of judgment on the part of the government, the Bank, the FSA, the Americans, the Euros, let alone the boards of mere British public companies.
Graham Bishop, whose Crews Control has been having a good season, agreed with this assessment: "It was a hard slog getting to Bunbury, it wasn't bad, it was just on the nose," was his assessment of the situation.
Sir David Tweedie, the ever-optimistic Scot who chairs the International Accounting Standards Board, tells Ellen Heffes that he's actually seen more progress in the past four years than he had originally expected--that he thought it would be "more of a slog." For those of us on the outside, though, it often seems just that.
It has always amazed me how folk slog their guts out to make more and more money, to buy more and more unnecessary things, they hardly ever seem to see all that is around them, and for free?
But the 48-year-old said he was determined to complete one more 26.2-mile slog before his retirement from the police later this year.
The work documents two road trips of equal distance, with each projection showing the path ahead: on the left, an Israeli's one-hour journey between settlements in the West Bank; on the right, a Palestinian's five-and-a-half-hour slog from Hebron to Nablus.
Returns on investment aren't all that great--to be generous--and so finding capital would be a tough slog in and of itself.
"I did wonder for a while if I had the stomach for it anymore because it's a long slog."
The talk of battle--and then war itself--turned the country's mind away from a decade of depression and the slow slog of the New Deal and led to a burst of economic activity that created one of the most remarkable booms of the 20th century.
There, they slog through polluted water, test indoor and outdoor air quality, and track exotic pathogens to learn firsthand about environmentally related health problems that plague people throughout the world.