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verb as in plod

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The 50 millimeters of foam underfoot also virtually eliminated the chronic knee and hip pain I typically experience after long downhill slogs.

The winner of the Grade I Santa Anita Derby is built for the 1½-mile slog at the Belmont.

Diplomats should work hard to revive it, but it will be a steep, uphill slog.

From Ozy

Just writing down the formulas for simple gravitational affairs is a slog.

The unending slog of poverty is also a major risk factor for postpartum depression, with little problems snowballing.

From Time

Neither, too, was as chilling, as affecting, or, at times, as much of a slog.

These are, in mechanical terms, simple fixes; politically, a nigh-impossible slog.

It is a mighty tough slog, I will have to give them that, written in terse and exclusive science-ese.

Still, the Oklahoma House speaker has a long slog before him.

But it serves no one to perpetuate the idea that parenting is supposed to be an agonizing and thankless slog.

Still Captain Culler broke a window in the Kildare street club with a slog to square leg.

Reason dictates that I should foot-slog it to Bloodstock and try and get the police moving; but I can't leave you here.

Then turn to again with a will, slog away till dusk, and so home to the old barn.

"I'll keep 'em on board and make 'em work their passage," he said to his mate, a mean chap by the name of Slog.

In his best day he gave an original etymology of the schoolboy-ism slog.


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On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slog, such as: lumber, toil, tramp, trudge, drag, and drudge.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.