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Plodding

adverb

1) Progressing in a slow, toilsome manner; characterized by laborious diligence; as, a plodding peddler; a plodding student; a man of plodding habits.

p. pr. & vb. n.

1) of Plod

Examples Sentences for

Plodding

1) Then, he was alone with Sikes, Plodding on as on the previous day; and as shadowy people passed them, he felt the robber’s grasp upon his wrist.
2) Richard returns to England from his grand tour shortly before the Restoration, and being too gay and too dissolute for the Plodding and hypocrisy of Cromwell . . . he withdrew to the mansion house of his fore­ fathers.
3) Then, he was alone with Sikes, Plodding on as on the previous day; and as shadowy people passed them, he felt the robber’s grasp upon his wrist.
4) It was nine o clock at night, when the man, quite tired out, and the dog, limping and lame from the unaccustomed exercise, turned down the hill by the church of the quiet village, and Plodding along the little street, crept into a small public-house, whose scanty light had guided them to the spot.
5) It was nine o clock at night, when the man, quite tired out, and the dog, limping and lame from the unaccustomed exercise, turned down the hill by the church of the quiet village, and Plodding along the little street, crept into a small public-house, whose scanty light had guided them to the spot.
6) Richard returns to England from his grand tour shortly before the Restoration, and being too gay and too dissolute for the Plodding and hypocrisy of Cromwell . . . he withdrew to the mansion house of his fore­ fathers.