Definition of trudger in English:

trudger

noun

  • See trudge

    • ‘Because he was dressed like a common trudger, the attendants treated him like one.’
    • ‘Under a blue, sunny sky and falling leaves, the crowds cheered the trudgers on to the finish line in Central Park.’
    • ‘Some employees are trudgers, going along as directed without looking up to see where they're going.’
    • ‘You can also just send a card to a friend or fellow trudger to let them know you care.’
    • ‘The older of the sidewalk trudgers were often bent from their years as the provider and the younger were only thankful that the City of Smokestacks provided them the opportunity to become family men.’