Definition for PLOD

PLOD, v.i. [D. plots, dull, heavy. Qu.]

  1. To travel or work slowly or with steady laborious diligence. A plodding diligence brings us sooner to our journey's end, than a fluttering way of advancing by starts. – L'Estrange. Some stupid, plodding, money-loving wight. – Young.
  2. To study heavily with steady diligence. – Shak. Swift.
  3. To toil; to drudge.

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