in a Sentence
Definition of Slog
to work extremely hard over a period of time
Examples of Slog in a sentence
The road workers were forced to slog it out and continue the construction even through the holidays.
As they continued to slog in the field, the farmers dreamed of a day they wouldn’t have to work so hard.
A twelve-hour shift is the minimum for workers who slog in the sweat shops day in and day out.
The players tried to slog their way to victory, refusing to stop even though they were down by several points.
Miners are continuing their never-ending slog, toiling themselves to exhaustion deep down in the mines.
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