1 The noise came closer, the sound of wheels, the plod of a horse's hooves and voices.
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2 Yet here she was exposed to the sun in a broken-down wagon with a broken-down horse, dirty, sweaty, hungry, helpless to do anything but plod along at a snail's pace through a deserted land.
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3 And Connie had to plod dumbly across into the wood, knowing he was standing there watching her, with that incomprehensible grin on his face.
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4 At last, far up the road, she heard the protesting screech of unoiled axles and the slow uncertain plodding of hooves.
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5 In the plodding course of her life there was nothing changed, and nothing new.
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6 Carol felt her arm tremble, though she was tearless, listless, plodding.
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7 But they were plodding in ragged array, discussing with quick tongues the accomplishments of the late battle.
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8 Words rose above the intolerably laden dumb oxen plodding through the mud.
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9 She continued plodding on, but exasperation and irritation had got hold of her lower body, she couldn't escape.
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10 Then, he was alone with Sikes, plodding on as on the previous day; and as shadowy people passed them, he felt the robber's grasp upon his wrist.
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11 The rest, over eighty per cent, are poor and ignorant, fairly honest and well meaning, plodding, and to a degree shiftless, with some but not great sexual looseness.
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12 And we who saw daily a new thoughtfulness growing in his eyes began to expect something of this plodding boy.
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13 The dull driver, smoking his pipe, was plodding along toward the limits of the Faubourg Saint-Denis, where no doubt he ordinarily had his station.
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14 I'm used to plodding in the mud, returned Jo, winking hard, because she would have died rather than openly wipe her eyes.
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15 For I am a plodding kind of fellow, Copperfield, and had learnt the way of doing such things pithily.
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