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Fakhamzadeh, B. (2024). MastaBaba_People_in_migration_during_your_walk__91db8a03-6fd1-48ab-be69-5b2395d7a20e. walk · listen · create. https://walklistencreate.org/mastababa_people_in_migration_during_your_walk__91db8a03-6fd1-48ab-be69-5b2395d7a20e/

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plodge

The Scottish and English word plodging has been wading through the lexical muck and mire since the late 1700s, and it refers to icky, slow, molasses-type walking. Plodge is probably a variation of plod. This word isn’t totally out of use, as a 1995 use from British magazine The Countryman illustrates: “Northbound Pennine Wayfarers, plodging through the interminable peat-bogs of the North Pennines.” Even if you have a spring in your step, it’s tough to skip merrily through the peat-bogs. Credits to Mark Peters.

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