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Word: drudge

Definition: do drudgery; N: person who drudges


Sentences Containing 'drudge'

In the American political blogosphere, the story was covered by The Drudge Report, Jack Shafer, Kaus at "Slate", Alex Coppelman at Salon.com, Rachel Sklar Lee Stranahan; (Stranahan also cross-posted his article to "Daily Kos") at "The Huffington Post", independent political pundit, James Joyner, Rod Dreher at "The Dallas Morning News", Paul Mulshine at "The Star-Ledger", and Guy Adams at "The Independent".
Spann's remarks in his station's weather blog were linked to by the Drudge Report, which thrust Spann — a well-known personality in north and central Alabama, but little known outside that area — into the larger spotlight.
This practice was documented by both the Drudge Report and Salon.com.
was applying himself to business, and devoting himself wholly to his duties--not the least hint of my ever being anything else than the common drudge into which I was fast settling down.
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