verb (footslogs, footslogging, footslogged)[no object]
- (Especially of a soldier) walk or march for a long distance, typically wearily or with effort: they footslogged around the two villagesMore example sentences
- But while the audience get to wend their way along the four-mile route through the trees on golf carts, the performers will be footslogging ahead through the mud.
- This squad footslogs towards the front, and gets to shoot 6 shots past the 12’ rapid-fire range.
- Then he brooded more about footslogging through the mud, about the rats and lice, than the history he was making.
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- A long and exhausting walk or march.More example sentences
- Once on Dursey Island, known as the ‘last outpost of County Cork’ it's often a real footslog to get around.
- The most arresting display we have seen on our footslog around the footstreets belongs to the festively titled Snow Home on Gillygate.
- This is a daunting thing to hear as you embark on a 26.2 mile footslog across the desert.
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- The walk into Acomb for an early morning appointment at the Gale Farm Surgery is almost always a bit of an adventure for an ageing footslogger.
- It will either stomp or be stomped, but most races can field enough footsloggers to weather the storm.
- But nobody, not even the most dedicated footslogger on the SoHo treadmill, could have known everything in these three shows firsthand.