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.
If that makes the series sound like a slog, my sincerest apologies.
Do we really have the time to slog through the details of a project that might, incidentally, save this company?
Regaining the votes of Asian-Americans, like making inroads with Latino voters, will be a slog for the Republican Party.
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]