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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplodderplod‧der /ˈplɒdə $ ˈplɑːdər/ noun [countable] informal  1 WORK/DO WORKSLOW British English someone who works slowly and is not very clever2 someone who walks or does something slowly
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plodderUntil now Justin has been an obedient civil servant, content to toe the official line-in short, a plodder.Anyway, I could go no faster, being the slow-starter, long-distance plodder type.What makes cognac the international high-flyer, and armagnac the spotty, stay-at-home plodder?Character, narrative, plot - only a dogged, dull-witted plodder like Malcolm Lodgebury bothers with that sort of stuff now.
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