verb (used without object), drudged, drudg·ing.
Origin of drudge
Examples from the Web for drudges
Society does little else than to teach its girls to be dolls and drudges.Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women|George Sumner Weaver
The dwarfs are the serfs and drudges of the taller race, to whom they are distinctly inferior in intellectual capacity.The Testimony of Tradition|David MacRitchie
The number of drudges and camp followers was still larger, and more addicted to lust and cruelty.Roman Women|Alfred Brittain
The change of Ministers, which brings hard work to us drudges, releases the House of Commons men.The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 2 of 2|Edward Tyas Cook
Bush-harrows, which are at work in the meadows at this time of year, are drudges or dredges.Field and Hedgerow|Richard Jefferies