One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It will either stomp or be stomped, but most races can field enough footsloggers to weather the storm.’
- ‘The walk into Acomb for an early morning appointment at the Gale Farm Surgery is almost always a bit of an adventure for an ageing footslogger.’
- ‘I find his poety stark, cold and fairly confronting in it's simplicity and I think this echoes the suffering of the ordinary footslogger.’
- ‘But nobody, not even the most dedicated footslogger on the SoHo treadmill, could have known everything in these three shows firsthand.’
- ‘Yet Alfred, given his intelligence, was not the sort of man to remain a footslogger for long - he was highly intelligent and, having gone to Battersea Polytechnic, used to working with complicated equipment.’
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