- William WalterPudge, 1867–1954, U.S. football player.
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Examples from the Web for pudge
"Dearest Honey-bug," this with a masculine swagger from Pudge.
Pudge looked serious, then he clasped anew the hand that held his.
Pudge looked earnestly up into the two faces, smiling at him.
You forget, Pudge, said Frank, that we are here in positions of responsibility.
I nominate myself and Pudge for the first watchsay from 38 eight to twelve.
- informal a variant of podge
C19: of uncertain origin; see pudgy
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Word Origin and History for pudge
"short, thick-set person," 1808 [Jamieson]; see pudgy.
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