Similar words: prodding, adding, wedding, shedding, oddity, explode, exploded, add in. Meaning: [plɑd /plɒd] n. 1. hard monotonous routine work 2. the act of walking with a slow heavy gait. adj. (of movement) slow and laborious.
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1. Keep plodding on — you'll soon be finished!
2. I watched her plodding her way across the field.
3. The production was plodding and unimaginative.
4. He is plodding on with negotiations.
5. They're still plodding along with their investigation.
6. Ferries are now still plodding obscure routes through obscure waters.
7. Jake kept plodding on.
8. Alex is just plodding along at school, making very little progress.
9. You know, good old Mom, plodding along.
10. No plodding academic tome, this Virginia Woolf is, like its subject, smart, pithy, engaging.
11. Not especially gracious, but squat and workmanlike, plodding with tenacity from port to port.
12. The patiently plodding policeman: he should never have come off the beat.
13. There it lived happily ever after[Sentencedict.com], plodding dreamily through piles of dandelions and cabbage - carefully avoiding the water trough.
14. Plodding up and down stony paths, crossing tussocky moorland and jumping streams can all make great demands on footwear.
15. He's plodding away day and night.
16. They continued marching, or plodding.
17. The plot unfolds at a plodding pace.
18. He came plodding to the inn door.
19. Stagestruck Charlie Chaplin plodding all the way.
20. Kant was not noted for his turn of phrase-his style was usually a plodding one.
21. The balance of our response shifts with this knowledge: Flaubert becomes plodding and predictable.
22. So reality is portrayed as a series of crises and cliff-hanger plotlines, as opposed to the plodding process of daily life.
23. You'd been shot in the head, but your legs were still plodding.
24. She gripped hard with her knees and tried to roll with the tiny plodding hooves.
25. However I did get a bit cheesed off with the movie's rather plodding pace.
26. I go to the gym in spite of myself[sentencedict.com/plodding.html], puffing and plodding along.
27. From behind the ruched net curtains, she could see him plodding his way around the green.
28. There were better things in life, for a young man like him, than plodding round London after a pick-pocket.
29. The roadside, along which, at this hour, thousands of men would ordinarily be plodding to work, was empty.
30. Plus the Warriors' new fast-paced offense hardly seems suited for the plodding Marshall.