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I am tired of ever being the slave and drudge Of my old master for such paltry pay.

Tales of the Wonder Club, Volume IIIM. Y. Halidom (pseud. Dryasdust)

When we despair or discolour things, it is our senses in revolt, and they have made the sovereign brain their drudge.

Most people have to drudge all day long to earn as much as they want.

My Little BoyCarl Ewald

Others, who drudge at the dull verbatim, are like timorous attendants, who dare not move one pace without their master's leave.'

Allan RamsayWilliam Henry Oliphant Smeaton

I'm afraid she's settled down to be Ambrosch's drudge for good.'

My AntoniaWilla Cather

The drudge, the patiently suffering wife, were things of the past.

He has been too often merely the drudge—the serf who provided the luxuries of his over-lords.

The Affable StrangerPeter McArthur

Today with rural electrification the mountain woman ceases to be a drudge.

When I think that you were making yourself a drudge, a slave, while I was attending college—oh!

The DownfallEmile Zola

She went slowly, wearily, as suited a drudge to whom respite from drudgery brought no earnest of ease or pleasure.

NobodyLouis Joseph Vance

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