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adjective as in blah

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And the plodding pace of the French justice system has a way of interfering with career plans, no matter what the ultimate ruling.

The tunes might be used to bang the drum to, but they provide a plodding pulse for American stamina.

Whereas in a notebook I just keep plodding along, slowly, accumulating sentences, sometimes even surprising myself.

The fact that such views got airtime on a major network almost made the night's whole plodding exercise worthwhile.

The forensic evidence was, as usual, presented in a scientifically plodding manner.

Thus it lightens the toil of the weary laborer plodding along the highway of life.

I was plodding up the river, when I heard Gordon shouting two or three hundred yards behind.

Lamb had already decided he would give it to him as he came plodding his smug little way home some evening.

There were plodding lines of people, disciplined, carrying burdens, no bigger than ants at this distance.

Free to explore that weird city of plodding lives, of strange unexplained sounds, of ominously hidden activity!


On this page you'll find 525 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to plodding, such as: boring, humdrum, monotone, pedestrian, banausic, and bland.

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