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smoodge

[ smooj ]
/ smudʒ /
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verb (used without object), smoodged, smoodg·ing.Australian.

to curry favor; seek unwarranted recognition.

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Origin of smoodge

First recorded in 1895–1900; perhaps alteration of smooch1

OTHER WORDS FROM smoodge

smoodger, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for smoodge

  • Don't smoodge, old cockroach, let the other blokes blaze away, as we (the taxpayers) are paying dear for this spouting.

British Dictionary definitions for smoodge

smoodge

smooge

/ (smuːdʒ) /

verb

Australian and NZ variants of smooch (def. 1)
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