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  • adjective Suggestive of drudgery; being excessively hard or requiring excessive effort.
  • noun Drudgery; labour.


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From drudge +‎ -y.


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  • My best friend's parents kept a stock of them in their bathroom (fittingly) and that magazine has got to be the most mind-drudgy stuff out there.

    intertribal: People of the Book intertribal 2010

  • So bloggers buzz, but only in that drudgy droning way.

    Do bloggers create the buzz? Ann Althouse 2005

  • But if a woman lets herself become shabby, drudgy, and commonplace as a wife, in her efforts to be perfect as a mother, can she expect to retain the consideration that is due to the wife?

    Gala-days Gail Hamilton 1864

  • So I'm disappointed with their drudgy psych guitar jams. - Daily Goodness 2009


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