Definition of podge in English:

podge

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Pronunciation: /pɒdʒ
 
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noun

informal
  • 1A short, fat person.
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    • The one called Hogarth is charcoal-black, a contemplative podge that looks out upon the world with stupefied wonder.
    • This, on the other hand, is likely to prove bait only for food addicts desperate for their next fix, and I'm pretty sure you can outrun a pizza-loving podge no matter how inappropriate your footwear.
  • 1.1 [mass noun] Excess weight; fat: pregnancy podge
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    • To be excessively fat is as dangerous as it is to be excessively thin, but there is nothing wrong with a bit of podge.
    • You surely didn't think I would wait until you could hear Santa cursing as he squeezed his podge down your hot, sooty chimney before I mentioned the ‘C’ word, did you?

Origin

mid 19th century: of unknown origin.

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