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synonyms for slogged

  • lumber
  • toil
  • tramp
  • trudge
  • drag
  • drudge
  • flounder
  • grind
  • labor
  • plug
  • slave
  • stomp
  • sweat
  • trample
  • bear down
  • buckle down
  • plough through
  • schlepp
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antonyms for slogged

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  • tiptoe
  • be lazy
  • idle
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How to use slogged in a sentence

Nights, Sundays and holidays I plugged and slogged, nor did I relent even when vacation time came round.
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It was not for nothing we slogged away there day after day, learning to conquer disappointment and defeat.
TWO DARING YOUNG PATRIOTSW. P. SHERVILL
He slogged through the mud, instantly soaking as soon as he was out of shelter, not knowing or caring.
NOW WE ARE THREEJOE L. HENSLEY
The bug skipped through mud where the Boltwoods' Gomez had slogged and rolled.
FREE AIRSINCLAIR LEWIS
As the men slogged up the north bank, they leveled their rifles and plunged into the trees.
SHAMANROBERT SHEA
For three balls Dora merely slogged; the fourth, to her extreme surprise, got her out.
THE NICEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOLANGELA BRAZIL
And they slogged and sloshed toward it, numb to all that was going on about them.
DAVE DAWSON AT DUNKIRKROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
If you, reader, had been one of the hands, would you have slogged?
THE RAGGED TROUSERED PHILANTHROPISTSROBERT TRESSELL
Through that ghastly fourteen days we had slogged dully south away from Mons, ever getting nearer Paris.
MEN, WOMEN AND GUNSH. C. (HERMAN CYRIL) MCNEILE
It was slow, hard work, and costly, but they slogged away until the German guns were silent.
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