Synonyms of trudge
plodDictionary • We had to trudge up the track back to the station.
plod • He plodded slowly up the hill.
trek • They trekked from shop to shop looking for knee-length socks.
tramp • They put on their coats and tramped through the fallen snow.
traipse (informal) • He traipsed from one doctor to another.
march • A Scottish battalion was marching down the street.
stump • The marshal stumped out of the room.
hike • You could hike through the Fish River Canyon.
clump • They went clumping up the stairs to bed.
lumber • He turned and lumbered back to his chair.
slog • The men had to slog up a muddy incline.
trampDictionary • We were reluctant to start the long trudge home.
tramp • He had just come from a day-long tramp on some wild moor.
march • After a short march, the column entered the village.
trek • It's a bit of a trek, but it's worth it.
hike • a hike around the cluster of hills
slog • a slog through heather and bracken
traipse (informal) • It's rather a long traipse from here. Let's take a bus.
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clumpIf someone clumps somewhere, they walk there with heavy, clumsy steps.
• They went clumping up the stairs to bed.
hikeIf you hike, you go for a long walk in the country.
• You could hike through the Fish River Canyon.
• a hike around the cluster of hills
Thesaurus for trudge from the Collins English Thesaurus