Plod - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |plɑːd|  American pronunciation of the word plod
Brit.  |plɒd|  British pronunciation of the word plod


- the act of walking with a slow heavy gait(syn: plodding)


- walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud(syn: footslog, pad, slog, tramp, trudge)


We plodded through mud that came up past our ankles.

I could hear my roommate plodding up the steps to our apartment.

We plodded our way across the muddy field.

He plodded through his work.

The day was plodding along.

An interesting book but a bit of a plod.

We were plodding (our way) through the mud.

He plodded on up the hill.

The play just plodded along in the second act.

I was plodding my way through the first research paper I had ever been assigned.

I was plodding along in a dead-end job.

The horse plodded up the hill.

Jake kept plodding on.

I could recognize his plod anywhere

Mules plodded in a circle around a grindstone

Word forms

I/you/we/they: plod
he/she/it: plods
present participle: plodding
past tense: plodded
past participle: plodded
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