verb (used with object), slogged, slog·ging.
verb (used without object), slogged, slog·ging.
Origin of slog
Examples from the Web for slogger
Historical Examples of slogger
Slogger,” said the man, in a growling voice, “we must do it this wery night.
While he was engaged with it the Slogger gently patted his head.
“Hall right,” cried the Slogger, giving the signal to drive on.
The Slogger was not however, so faithless as his old friend imagined.
When he had finished he told me of his interview with the Slogger.
verb slogs, slogging or slogged
Word Origin for slog
1824, "hit hard," probably a variant of slug (v.3) "to strike." Sense of "walk doggedly" first recorded 1872. Related: Slogged; slogger; slogging.
1846, "a hard hit," from slog (v.). Sense of "spell of hard work" is from 1888.