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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUDGE

To ride a-horseback is surely pleasanter than to trudge a-foot?

Then deleever it word for word to me, young mon, and I'll trudge off to Frances.

We trudge in the treadmill and call it love of our ancient institutions.

Now I must trudge off and do a little business on my own account, seeing we 'return on Friday.'

But I'll find that man if I have to trudge through the whole kingdom.

Get thee an ape, and trudge the land The leader of a juggling band.

I cannot trudge on foot all the distance through the deep snow.

He and she will trudge for miles to dance at some distant village inn.

You can shoot a bullet a whole mile, and are not bothered to trudge after it.

Let us see them, as they trudge homeward, with their rich prizes.

WORD ORIGIN

"to walk laboriously," 1540s, of unknown origin. Related: Trudged; trudging. The noun meaning "an act of trudging" is attested from 1835.

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