Plodder - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈplɒdər|
Brit.  |ˈplɒdə|  British pronunciation of the word plodder

noun

- someone who walks in a laborious heavy-footed manner (syn: slogger, trudger)
- someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours (syn: slogger)
- someone who moves slowly (syn: slowcoach, slowpoke, stick-in-the-mud)

Examples

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.

You have to be a bit of a plodder to produce a pattern like this.

Dennis is a bit of a plodder, but he gets the job done in the end.

Word forms

noun
singular: plodder
plural: plodders
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