verb (used without object), plod·ded, plod·ding.
verb (used with object), plod·ded, plod·ding.
Origin of plod
Examples from the Web for plodder
Clark was a big, easygoing fellow, a plodder, a fifteen-year man with the highway patrol.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis|Richard Ben Cramer|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Adam Bogardus was a plodder in the West as he had been in the East.The Desert and The Sown|Mary Hallock Foote
This contempt for the plodder extends also to the scholastic sphere.The Lighter Side of School Life|Ian Hay
Plodder's cautionary signal had been hoisted to some purpose after all.Campaigning with Crook and Stories of Army Life|Charles King
verb plods, plodding or plodded
Word Origin for plod
1560s, of uncertain origin, perhaps imitative of the sound of walking heavily or slowly. Related: Plodded; plodding.