A person who does tedious, menial, or unpleasant work.(noun)
To do tedious, unpleasant, or menial work.(verb-intransitive)
Chesapeake Bay Variant of dredge1.(noun)
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Use "drudge" in a sentence
"Hey but the lying website drudge is trying to say that one of Obama's supporters bit the finger off one of the good old boys, paid and bought by the republicans and the health and drug companies."
"Granted, pawing through endless filthy stacks of cheesy Disney tie-ins and bios of teeny bopper stars from ten years ago can get a little depressing, but the drudge is worth it when coming across that rare gem."
"They were first class, and they gave it up to work in drudge jobs that took them away from their homes and families where they belonged and where their mothers and grandmothers were doing quite well before feminists/marxists spread the lies to convince them they were not free."