PLO’DDER. n.s.

PLO'DDER. n.s.

PLO’DDER. n.s. [from plod.] A dull heavy laborious man.
Study is like the heav’ns glorious sun,
That will not be deep search’d with saucy looks;
What have continual plodders ever won,
Save base authority from other’s books? Shakesp.

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