- n someone who walks in a laborious heavy-footed manner
- n someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours
- n a boxer noted for an ability to deliver hard punches
- Soon, however, the frustrated foot slogger may be able to do more about such situations than simply watch and curse.
- But stubby young Sir Thomas delivered "a heavy slogger" to Shelley's middle, and the poet turned tail and ran.
- Save for Providence Journal stitched over his left shirt pocket, he was garbedand armed like every other foot slogger in the detachment.
- Kevin Pietersen in Telegraph.co.uk
I don't mind what people think of me when I bat, as long as I keep scoring runs and doing the business,said Pietersen after practice yesterday. "They can call me orthodox, a hacker, a slogger, or a monkey, but I don't care."
- Craig Kieswetter in Telegraph.co.uk
I like to think I can hit the ball hard but I am not a slogger,said Kieswetter. "I have other forms of the game and like to think I can bat through innings to win games. I played field hockey when I was younger and that comes into the...
- Sajid Mahmood in Independent
He's a slogger and a bit of a slinger,Sajid says.