trudge


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If readers can trudge through the first few dry chapters, it will be well worth the wait.
Author Beth Kendrick has created characters with complexity and sarcasm who trudge through the heaviness of loving in spite of themselves.
HOMELESS people trudge through streets filled with uprooted trees and mud as the Philippines starts to clear up after being hit by a deadly typhoon.
We scour the landscape of our needs and our feelings and trudge to church with our jars and buckets, hoping to get filled up with at least enough to get us through the week ahead.
From a distance, it looks like a ski resort, nestled in the rock face; closer up, it's easier to see the hard work that goes on, as miners trudge up and down the "city of stairs," as Sewell is known.
On the lake's shallow southern shore--home to the most popular resorts--the water retreated from shore by 150 to 300 feet, forcing bathers to trudge through the mud before every swim.
There, barely discernible figures trudge toward a mountain; above, a small brownish slice of sky remains untouched by the ecstatically colorful rays of the sun.
It is first when one starts to trudge, with the author, up muddy paths and down slippery shale slopes, that one begins to sense a certain disjunction between the "two books.
Don't just trudge through the sludge of poorly written finance books that weren't written with you in mind.
The standard, 8-foot-wide, double-loaded corridor-- often unremarkable and Disorienting--leaves residents with no place to congregate near their rooms and no desire to trudge all the way down to a central hub.
I meekly started to trudge back home, very narrowly escaping serious injury when a diaper service truck whipped past me.