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trudg·en

also trudg·eon  (trŭj′ən)
n.
A swimming stroke in which alternating overarm movements are combined with a scissors kick.

[After John Trudgen (1852-1902), British swimmer.]
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trudgen

(ˈtrʌdʒən)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a type of swimming stroke that uses overarm action, as in the crawl, and a scissors kick
[C19: named after John Trudgen, English swimmer, who introduced it]
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