To ride a-horseback is surely pleasanter than to trudge a-foot?
Then deleever it word for word to me, young mon, and I'll trudge off to Frances.
We trudge in the treadmill and call it love of our ancient institutions.
Now I must trudge off and do a little business on my own account, seeing we 'return on Friday.'
But I'll find that man if I have to trudge through the whole kingdom.
Get thee an ape, and trudge the land The leader of a juggling band.
I cannot trudge on foot all the distance through the deep snow.
He and she will trudge for miles to dance at some distant village inn.
You can shoot a bullet a whole mile, and are not bothered to trudge after it.
Let us see them, as they trudge homeward, with their rich prizes.