noun[mass noun] North American informal
Fat on a person’s body: hillocks of muscle have become hummocks of pudge
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- Take an opportunity to lose some of that winter hibernation-induced pudge around your middle and come out to a series of nutritional seminars being held at the PAC this weekend.
- More pudge around the waist and face than any nearby whale.
- I'm not sure what's brought this about; I guess just incontrovertible evidence that someone find me attractive, regardless of the extra pudge on my stomach or the extra inches on my hips or thighs.
Early 19th century (denoting a fat person): of unknown origin; compare with podge.
Words that rhyme with pudgeadjudge, begrudge, bludge, budge, drudge, fudge, grudge, judge, misjudge, nudge, sludge, smudge, trudge
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