- to agree
- to succeed
- NZ a package of wool in a wool-bale that weighs less than 100 kilograms
Word Origin for fadge
Examples from the Web for fadge
Historical Examples of fadge
As Falstaff says of his own excuse: "It will not fadge," It is lame and awkward.An Introduction to Mythology
But has anyone suggested that another than Fadge was capable of that masterpiece?'
And if I get allied with Fadge, no doubt Yule will involve me in his savage feeling.
And you must also have heard that Fadge leaves The Study at the end of this year, eh?'
Fadge is an offensive fellow, when he likes; and I fancy he very often does like.