slog through

slog through something

to wade or trudge through something, such as mud or snow. Do I have to slog through the snow to go to school? Can't you drive me? When I was your age, I slogged through snow twice this deep to get to school.
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slog through

v.
To walk or progress through something with a slow heavy pace: The explorers slogged through the swamp. I slogged through both volumes of the author's philosophical writings.
See also: slog, through
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Bet you didn't have to slog through a mile of waist-deep, 42-degree swamp water while watching for alligators.
He said it took him about an hour to slog through the muck to reach the doll and return to the boat.