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Poundin' their tail
Diction: The use of words and phrases in speech or writing. Meaning: Poundin' their tail
George is saying this to Lennie because after Lennie said he could go live off , George felt sorry so Lennie wanted to hear a story from George about how they arent like those other migrant workers. The fact that George says "poundin' their tail" is what other migrant workers do shows that George and Lennie dont do that they keep on "poundin' their tail" just to live.
Connotation: The phrase: "poundin ' their tail" changed since being used in 1930. Know it means someone working hard in a building or in a office and not on a field or on a farm.
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