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plodding

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishploddingplod‧ding /ˈplɒdɪŋ $ ˈplɑː-/ adjective  slow or thorough and not exciting plodding research
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ploddingThe balance of our response shifts with this knowledge: Flaubert becomes plodding and predictable.She gripped hard with her knees and tried to roll with the tiny plodding hooves.However I did get a bit cheesed off with the movie's rather plodding pace.The patiently plodding policeman: he should never have come off the beat.

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