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Slog   /slɑg/   Listen
Slog

verb
2.
Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud.  Synonyms: footslog, pad, plod, tramp, trudge.
3.
Strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat.  Synonyms: slug, swig.



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"Slog" Quotes from Famous Books



... accommodating at these Scotch medical schools. I told 'em I'd got through part of my Final in London before the bust-up came, and the Dean sent for me to-day and said it seemed a pity for me to slog at the donkey-work again, when I knew it. So we talked it over, and he says I ought to do the Final next year. And then, Marcella, look out! I've told you I've laid down my challenge to sickness! I'll have it whacked before I die. ...
— Captivity • M. Leonora Eyles

... slog away! Here shalt thou make a "five" and there a "four," And then upon thy bat shalt lean, and say, That thou art in for an uncommon score. Yea, the loud ring applauding thee shall roar, And thou to rival THORNTON shalt aspire, When lo, ...
— Rhymes a la Mode • Andrew Lang

... therefore, this campaign is to be brought to an early and successful conclusion large reinforcements will have to be sent to me—drafts for the formations already here, and new formations with considerably reduced proportion of artillery. It has become a question of who can slog longest and hardest. ...
— Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2 • Ian Hamilton



Words linked to "Slog" :   splosh, squish, work, walk, splash, squelch, slosh, plod, slop, hit



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