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Herrick was a faithful old plodder—never would be anything else—but he couldn't get on without him.
HOW IT HAPPENEDKATE LANGLEY BOSHER
Plodder's cautionary signal had been hoisted to some purpose after all.
But, even were he to be dismissed, how was that to help Plodder?
It was not only in the regiment that Plodder became a notoriety.
It used to be asserted of Plodder that he was figuring for the Signal Corps.
Under these circumstances, Plodder was not the man to hesitate.
No plodder ever kept more closely to the safe and beaten path.
THE BROTHERS' WARJOHN CALVIN REED
And if I do not kill my people it is because I have no originality, I am a plodder, a second-rate man!
CARLYON SAHIBGILBERT MURRAY
For Lydia knew the vanity of her own attainments, and believed herself to be merely a patient and well-taught plodder.
CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSIONGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Du Bruel was a plodder; at the office he read the newest books, extracted their wit, and laid it by for use in his dialogues.
BUREAUCRACYHONORE DE BALZAC

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