These were two from the farm, somewhat old and stiff, willing, but plodders.
I joined the plodders and have aimed at permanent good name rather than brilliancy.
They are plodders and steady workers, and run on like a clock when once wound up.
Only the plodders would remain there, and Julius Popper was never a plodder.
She was skillful with her needle but had no aptitude for design, therefore she was ever to be among the plodders.
The Viscount de Chateaubriand is infinitely more amusing than the plodders in the “weary ways of antiquity.”
To the sporting man, the gentleman, the man who loves the game, the prize goes now in competition with Gobblers and Plodders.
In a short fortnight he had begun to look a little contemptuously on the grinders and plodders.
But "The Feet of the Plodders," as he was calling the book, would neither plod nor jig.
But he went on up the street in the sunshine, his eyes on the broad backs of the plodders ahead.