What is drudge?

  • (noun): A laborer who is obliged to do menial work.
    Synonyms: peon, navvy, galley slave
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Soundings (radio Drama) - The Plays - Xmas Is Coming To The District of Drudge (1988)
... Xmas Is Coming To The District of Drudge is an unusual Christmas story set in the dystopian world of Drudge where anything remotely exciting or interesting is forbidden ...
Drudge
... Drudge can also refer to Matt Drudge, an American Internet journalist ... Drudge Report, Matt Drudge's website ... Drudge (TV series), Matt Drudge's former TV series A race in the MMORPGs Asheron's Call and Asheron's Call 2, playable in the latter ...
Sidney Blumenthal - Biography - The Clinton Administration Years - Blumenthal V. Drudge
... a $30 million libel lawsuit against Internet blogger Matt Drudge (and AOL, who had hired Mr ... Drudge) stemming from a false claim Drudge had made of spousal abuse attributed to "top GOP sources." Drudge retracted the story later, saying he was given bad ... Drudge, 992 F ...
Full Disclosure (The West Wing) - Social and Cultural References
... The web site in question, bringing the leak about Hoynes, is the real-life Drudge Report, a political site that made its fame during the Lewinsky scandal ... had on several occasions been in contact with Matt Drudge, the operator of the site, for permission to use its logo on the series, but been turned down ... When the site was used without Drudge's permission, he reportedly reacted with anger ...
Drudge (TV Series)
... Drudge was a television series on Fox News Channel hosted by Matt Drudge ... Drudge left the show in 1999 after network executives refused to let him show a picture of 21-week old fetus ...

More definitions of "drudge":

  • (noun): One who works hard at boring tasks.
    Synonyms: hack, hacker

Famous quotes containing the word drudge:

    A Librettist is a mere drudge in the world of opera.
    Robertson Davies (b. 1913)