It was not for nothing we slogged away there day after day, learning to conquer disappointment and defeat.
If you, reader, had been one of the hands, would you have slogged?
We just slogged through as best we were able, which wasn't really very good.
He slogged wildly at the first ball, missed it, and paid the penalty.
He slogged through the mud, instantly soaking as soon as he was out of shelter, not knowing or caring.
Young Thornton once slogged a hoff-ball through my winder as cost me two bob,—and I stood it with pleasure.
Nights, Sundays and holidays I plugged and slogged, nor did I relent even when vacation time came round.
It was slow, hard work, and costly, but they slogged away until the German guns were silent.
The bug skipped through mud where the Boltwoods' Gomez had slogged and rolled.
Through that ghastly fourteen days we had slogged dully south away from Mons, ever getting nearer Paris.
[1861+; fr Anglo-Irish, used affectionately of a quiet, fat, slow child]