Trudge

  • (verb): Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud.
    Synonyms: slog, footslog, plod, pad, tramp
    See also — Additional definitions below

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... Tetsu Trudge / Tetsu Ushio (牛尾 哲, Ushio Tetsu?) Voiced by Kouji Ochiai (Japanese), Dan Green (English) Trudge is a Security Officer who observes the residents of Satellite ... After losing to Yusei, Trudge vows to defeat and arrest him, no matter how long it takes ... confrontation between Yusei and the Dark Signers (through a Shadow Drone), Trudge falls under their control, becoming a Shadow Drone himself ...
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... and was followed by a full-length release, Trudge (1989), which the label promoted further by issuing 12" singles for the album tracks "The Fodder Song" and "Words (of the Dying)" ... EP, Joined at the Head (1990, Wax Trax!), which blended Trudge sounds with more metal and thrash influences ... Cleopatra), although "Healing Time" and "Christ Said" from Trudge were omitted ...

More definitions of "trudge":

  • (noun): A long difficult walk.

Famous quotes containing the word trudge:

    All things here appear to me to trudge on in one and the same round: we rise in the morning that we may eat breakfast, dinner and supper and to bed again that we may get up the next morning and do the same: so that you never saw two peas more alike than our yesterday and to-day.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)