footslog

[ foo t-slog ]
/ ˈfʊtˌslɒg /

verb (used without object), foot·slogged, foot·slog·ging.

to go on foot through or as if through mud.

Nearby words

  1. footrest,
  2. footrope,
  3. foots,
  4. footscraper,
  5. footsie,
  6. footsore,
  7. footstalk,
  8. footstall,
  9. footstep,
  10. footsteps editor

Origin of footslog

First recorded in 1895–1900; foot + slog

Related formsfoot·slog·ger, noun

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Examples from the Web for footslog

  • On Wednesday (the 22nd) I had to do a footslog, owing to my horse giving out.



British Dictionary definitions for footslog

footslog

/ (ˈfʊtˌslɒɡ) /

verb -slogs, -slogging or -slogged

(intr) to march; tramp
Derived Formsfootslogger, noun

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