slog


slog

verb

Definition of SLOG

1
to deliver a blow to (someone or something) usually in a strong vigorous manner <the two boxers were so exhausted they just slogged each other indiscriminately>
2
to devote serious and sustained effort <slogging their way through a pile of paperwork>
Near Antonyms break, ease (up), let up, slacken; bum, chill, dally, dillydally, footle, goldbrick, goof (off), hack (around), hang (around or out), idle, laze, loaf, lounge, shirk, slack (off), veg out; bask, loll, relax, repose, rest, unwind; dabble, doodle, fool around, fribble, goof (around), hang, hang about [British], mess around, monkey (around), play, potter (around), putter (around), trifle
3
to strike repeatedly <the feisty woman was still slogging her would-be attacker when the police arrived>
4
to move heavily or clumsily <Gramps never tired of telling how he had to slog through the snow in order to get to school>
Related Words drag, flop, haul; blunder, careen, dodder, lurch, reel, stagger, sway, teeter, totter, waddle, weave, wobble (also wabble)
Near Antonyms drift, float, hang, hover, poise, waft

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