Drudgingly - definition of drudgingly by The Free Dictionary
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A person who does tedious, menial, or unpleasant work.
To do tedious, unpleasant, or menial work.
[From Middle English druggen, to labor; akin to Old English drēogan, to work, suffer.]
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