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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We slogged through one of the worst economic recessions of modern times, while our troops continued to slog through wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In 1998, Buenaventura's trucks could barely slog through flooded highways and washed-away roads.
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.