Clark was a big, easygoing fellow, a plodder, a fifteen-year man with the highway patrol.
Only the plodders would remain there, and Julius Popper was never a plodder.
I have not been the better for it; I was getting on faster while I was merely a plodder.
And plodder's hoarded four hundred dollars had really purchased Riggs's promotion.
He and Mira were at breakfast and Mrs. plodder had come to help.
Du Bruel was a plodder; at the office he read the newest books, extracted their wit, and laid it by for use in his dialogues.
This contempt for the plodder extends also to the scholastic sphere.
Under these circumstances, plodder was not the man to hesitate.
plodder's cautionary signal had been hoisted to some purpose after all.
The man who moves slowly by habit is also a plodder in his thoughts.