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How to use fudge in a sentence
For instance, there are several words that have a silent D, like bridge, fudge, handkerchief, lodge, and sandwich.Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Nov. 29 Post Magazine crossword, “I Didn’t Hear That”|Evan Birnholz|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
There was no such fudging when the War Department finally released the film, in 1945.
And more than a few colleges have been caught fudging the data to improve their rankings.How to Reinvent College Rankings: Show the Data Students Need Most|Steve Cohen|March 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We should expect it, and some light fudging of the facts can be necessary, to a degree, for a film like this to work.
Again, the scam depends on inside information and fudging self-reported numbers.
Michael Medved says the Dems are fudging the numbers to justify their soak-the-wealthy approach.
It is true, it wants well-considered and definitely drawn design, and there is no possible fudging with it.Art in Needlework|Lewis F. Day
While the Jackies coal ship all hands are doing there part and there is no fudging going on.
The system of fudging tasks, cribbing lessons, deception of every sort they endeavoured to overthrow.Ernest Bracebridge|William H. G. Kingston
"You've been fudging around till you've got about ten million more hairs wound up," he grumbled.Good Indian|B. M. Bower