[ nooj ]
/ nʊdʒ /
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verb (used with or without object), noun noodged, noodg·ing,
a variant of nudge2.
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Example sentences from the Web for noodge
English is a relentless corporate noodge; he has been called the “Robin Hood of Madison Avenue.”
In those early days, Palin was touted as a bona fide corruption fighter—a noodge even to the GOP.