- n the act of walking with a slow heavy gait
I could recognize his plod anywhere
- v walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud
Mules plodded in a circle around a grindstone
- As Niven plodded through the blizzard, his only thought was how to reach the cottage before dusk.
- Even those who plodded along at the end of the race got a standing ovation.
- But for the comic relief once in a while, the movie barely plodded along.
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- Casino bid a Suffolk downer
Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s favored plan for a gaming resort at Suffolk Downs remains stalled as talks plod on between the city and track honchos, with no East Boston approval vote in sight, even as the glitzy $1.2 billion Wynn casino proposed for Everett continues to move full-steam ahead, on track for a June 22 vote.
June 14, 2013 - Boston Herald
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- Tiger Wood in Washington Post
I was just pretty calm all day,Woods said. "I felt that I was just trying to plod my way along and not throw away shots."