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The moment a girl marries in New England she is apt to become a drudge, or a lay figure on which to exhibit the latest fashions.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 17, NO. 101, MARCH, 1866VARIOUS
Bute and his master thought they had secured a useful tool, a subservient and hard-working drudge.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
"Well, I'm not going to drudge all my life," said the boy at last.
WAYSIDE COURTSHIPSHAMLIN GARLAND
You'd have to keep the house clean, and do the cooking, and be a drudge.
SARAH'S SCHOOL FRIENDMAY BALDWIN
Probably promotion was not for her; she must drudge on as best she might.
A HOUSEFUL OF GIRLSSARAH TYTLER
The hotel drudge stood still and looked after the couple with wondering eyes.
ALL HE KNEWJOHN HABBERTON
Women still drudge in separate kitchens and nurseries, as they have drudged for thousands of years.
THE BOOK OF LIFE: VOL. I MIND AND BODY; VOL. II LOVE AND SOCIETYUPTON SINCLAIR
To begin with, a boat on a river is normally a vehicle of pleasure; but the ferryman's boat is a drudge.
ADVENTURES AND ENTHUSIASMSE. V. LUCAS
Woman, generally a drudge in North America, is pre-eminently so with the Nascopis.
THE ETHNOLOGY OF THE BRITISH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIESROBERT GORDON LATHAM
Natural power harnessed in machines will be the general drudge.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
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