plod
verb (plodded; plodding) Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1562 intransitive verb 1. to work laboriously and monotonously ; drudge 2. a. to walk heavily or slowly ; trudge b. to proceed slowly or tediously <
the movie just plods along
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transitive verb to tread slowly or heavily along or over • plod nounplodder nounploddingly adverb

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