Definition of Trudges

1. Verb. (third-person singular of trudge) ¹



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Definition of Trudges

1. trudge [v] - See also: trudge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trudges

truculence
truculences
truculencies
truculency
truculent
truculently
trudge
trudged
trudgeman
trudgen
trudgens
trudgeon
trudgeons
trudger
trudgers
trudges (current term)
trudging
trudgings
true
true(a)
true(p)
true-believer syndrome
true-blue
true-false
true-hearted
true-leaf
true-life
true-love-knot
true-name
true-or-false

Literary usage of Trudges

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1. The Magazine of Poetry by Charles Wells Moulton (1891)
"Then he trudges along up the hill; But the flickering glare That his torch left there Through the storm is brightening still. And well for me, I think, ..."

2. The Corsairs of France by Charles Boswell Norman (1887)
"Thurot born in an inland town—Destined first for the priesthood, and then for the medical profession—Quits his home—trudges across France to Dunkirk—Shows ..."

3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1884)
"... trudges along as well as he can, He trudges along still with equal span, With hie scythe in his hand, And his time-piece of sand, And his single lock ..."

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