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That would be a trudge to take time, indeed; harder than crossing the Kalahari (Note 4) itself.
THE VEE-BOERSMAYNE REID
A man would feel that he was not altogether a mere machine, to do so much work and then trudge home and sleep.
THE HILLS AND THE VALERICHARD JEFFERIES
The position, after a trudge of fifteen miles, was estimated at five miles east of the one-hundred-and-twenty-three-mile mound.
A two-mile trudge across a duck-walk over 'b——y meadow' brought us to the famous Ridgewood Dug-outs.
At first the ascent had seemed tedious enough, as dull as the trudge to her other lessons.
Holding one hand against the tree so he wouldn't fall, he began to trudge around it.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
Thus graff or grough is compounded of grave and rough; and trudge from tread or trot, and drudge.
Nathalies eyes gleamed angrily, but with a toss of her head she was off on her second trudge up the slope.
I trudge along like a traveller between high hedgerows; my heart is blinkered so that I am scarcely aware of landscapes.
CARRY ONCONINGSBY DAWSON
He could trudge into the village and back without minding it now and he could raise the big flag with one hand.
TOM SLADE ON THE RIVERPERCY K. FITZHUGH

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