"We really wanted stainless," says the crestfallen pair, and trudge back out the door.
They quickly agree to desert and trudge across the titular field to an alleged alehouse.
In silence he turned and started to trudge southward, without waiting for Thorvald to catch up with him.
To ride a-horseback is surely pleasanter than to trudge a-foot?
But mothers must be obeyed, and Missy had to trudge dutifully indoors—with a tablet still blank.
Then deleever it word for word to me, young mon, and I'll trudge off to Frances.
It passed when she was resting in a hut, and she had to trudge back the weary miles to Akpap again.
Now I must trudge off and do a little business on my own account, seeing we 'return on Friday.'
There was not a wagon in sight, and unless one came along, she would have to trudge every step of the way home.
But I'll find that man if I have to trudge through the whole kingdom.
"to walk laboriously," 1540s, of unknown origin. Related: Trudged; trudging. The noun meaning "an act of trudging" is attested from 1835.