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trudged

verb as in walk heavily

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Example Sentences

I put her back into the stroller and trudged uphill back to the apartment, stunned.

Bright pulled the lineup card from his hip pocket and trudged out to meet the umpires.

I trudged in some direction, uptown I hoped, toward my hotel, which was not really near Fifth Avenue and probably not uptown.

Johnson held fundraisers for him and trudged through the snows of Iowa and West Philadelphia knocking on doors for the candidate.

A sudden burst of energy propelled me back along the very path I had just trudged.

Madame Coquereau, in spite of her sixty-five years trudged along with springing step.

He trudged across burning lava on which his feet left their imprint; he had the appearance of a desperately dogged traveller.

Master and man had trudged through the gloom for nearly an hour when they were astonished to see a brilliant light.

Then I went quickly down into the valley,—for I was late,—and trudged eagerly on to Sunburst.

But her legs did feel tired, as she trudged over the moor, and her steps dragged heavily.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trudged, such as: trek, traipse, plod, lumber, tramp, and slog.

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

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