How to use Trudge in a sentence

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  • The show will trudge on retooled as Kate Plus Eight.

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  • To avoid having to trudge around to store after store looking for full cut briefs, save some time (and gas money) by checking out a few stores online.

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  • Multiplayer action is where this game is at, but unfortunately, in order to snatch the games hidden goodies you'll have to trudge through single player mode as well.

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  • Not once did I trudge up the hill from the tube station in the biting wind.

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  • You may be able to find a great deal on a used vehicle without having to trudge from dealership to dealership and talk to salespeople at every turn.

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  • Young James often had to trudge many miles to play at these dances.

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  • With all of the research, term papers and staying in touch with family and friends via email, who wants to trudge to the campus computer lab day in and day out?

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  • So, we trudge up to E3, complaining about what a hellhole it is, hating the train, hating the parking situation, but happy to be out of the office for the day, despite the overpriced food, the long lines and the deafening roar.

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  • Thanks to the advent of the personal home computer, singles no longer need to trudge through the bars and the blind dates set up by well-meaning friends.

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  • Dean took a deep breath and decided he'd better trudge up to the ice park, wool hat in hand, and attempt to make his amends.

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  • To edge myself from this cocoon seems monumental, far less the daily trudge of washing and dressing.

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  • A replica Gucci bag cannot boast the same quality standards, but instead, such a bag will fall apart and show wear as the years trudge on.

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  • He continued to trudge forward, leaving the river and crowds behind.

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