trudge
[ truhj ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
mid-16th century of unknown origin
Synonyms
  • lumber plod slog trek
Antonyms
  • stride prance strut
Definition
to walk, especially laboriously or wearily
Example
A) We had to trudge through half a mile of mud to find an open gas station. B) He didn't pause in his rant as we began to trudge our way back home.
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