: to walk or march steadily and usually laboriously <trudged through deep snow>
: to trudge along or over
— trudg·er noun
Examples of TRUDGE
- I was trudging through the snow.
- She trudged up the hill.
Origin of TRUDGE
First Known Use: 1547
Related to TRUDGE
- barge, clomp, clump, flog [British], flounder, galumph, lump, plod, pound, scuff, scuffle, shamble, shuffle, slog, slough, stamp, stomp, stumble, stump, tramp, tromp, lumber
- breeze, coast, glide, slide, waltz, whisk
: a long, slow walk that makes you tired
: a long tiring walk : tramp
First Known Use of TRUDGE
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