Trudging sentence example

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  • The palace acted as a barracks for his assassins, who were trudging in after he ordered their contracts all cancelled.
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  • It was peaceful on the path, in spite of the snow and increased inconvenience of trudging in its depth.
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  • Trudging down the staircase, I hear Leeds cheer a bit.
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  • See a couple of Indians trudging along the road looking very despondent.
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  • But not when I'm trudging the streets like a drowned rat looking for a basement bolthole.
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  • Trudging back to the pits, he flagged down a van for a lift.
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  • I would do anything to be trudging through that snow around the boating lake.
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  • trudgeuld do anything to be trudging through that snow around the boating lake.
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  • We 've seen him trudging through snow in Canada 's frozen wasteland.
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  • trudge enough a solitary figure was spotted slowly trudging up the hill with his laden pony.
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  • trudger trudging around for an hour I said ' kin hell, my ' kin feet are hurting.
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  • We've seen him trudging through snow in Canada's frozen wasteland.
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  • Trudging home, Fran Hunter's eye is drawn to a vivid splash of color on the white ground, ravens circling above.
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  • trudgemiserable faces trudging round the city center make my lunch break the most depressing hour of the day.
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  • trudgeg the promenade, in parties of fifty, the remnants of practically all the last regiments were wearily trudging along.
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  • trudgeine him kissing his son goodbye and trudging down to the harbor.
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  • trudgeeet had had enough, and I just couldn't face trudging around any more.
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  • Trudging home, Fran Hunter 's eye is drawn to a vivid splash of color on the white ground, ravens circling above.
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  • The miserable faces trudging round the city center make my lunch break the most depressing hour of the day.
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  • Along the promenade, in parties of fifty, the remnants of practically all the last regiments were wearily trudging along.
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  • Sure enough a solitary figure was spotted slowly trudging up the hill with his laden pony.
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  • After trudging around for an hour I said ' kin hell, my ' kin feet are hurting.
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  • Imagine him kissing his son goodbye and trudging down to the harbor.
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  • My feet had had enough, and I just could n't face trudging around any more.
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  • All water park guests are familiar with riding traditional water slides - trudging up hundreds of steps to sail down a descending chute.
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  • The goal, once attained, will have you breathing a sigh of relief come winter time as you sit comfortably inside while your neighbors are trudging through the snow with their "less civilized" dogs.
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  • Trudging through the snow, agreeing on a tree and cutting it down is hard work that may leave everyone exhausted.
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  • Unless you're trudging through the snow on a daily basis, you might want to check out one of the several knockoffs available in department stores.
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  • Although you pay slightly more, that choice may be more convenient than trudging out to a crowded mall!
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  • The worst part for me was trudging through the quagmire of less than reputable shops in search of an apprenticeship.
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  • Part of me wants to do a period piece or a war movie, trudging around in the mud in petticoats and winter time.
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  • Once you have formulated an idea of how you want your web page to look begin searching free designs so you won't waste time trudging through things that you really are not interested in.
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  • But not when I 'm trudging the streets like a drowned rat looking for a basement bolthole.
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  • Over time, after trudging through the world, the little being lays itself to rest and encapsulates itself into a cocoon.
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