But the slog to November 6th has been dispiriting and enervating enough to put many of us in touch with our inner 4-year-old.
The economy is a slog, and the world remains a dangerous place.
Helping Afghanistan recover and move ahead remains a slog, and our hope for instant solutions is dangerous.
And the longer the slog continues, the better the news for Barack Obama.
The delegate race will slog on, until Mitt can clinch 1,144—a goal that is still months away.
He could manage the break, but this full pitch made him slog wildly.
Then turn to again with a will, slog away till dusk, and so home to the old barn.
These fellows were all in splendid condition, and it was a treat to slog along and watch them.
It has become a question of who can slog longest and hardest.
Masters and men used to stand up foot to foot like Smithfield Butchers and slog till neither of them could stand.
[1861+; fr Anglo-Irish, used affectionately of a quiet, fat, slow child]