to stuff full, especially with food or drink; gorge.
to trudge: to stodge along through the mire.
food that is particularly filling.
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How to use stodge in a sentence
I ken bear a good big blow, but to stodge along every day the same dull round would drive me crazed!Flaming June | Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
How is one to keep such a piece of quicksilver as you in a state of placid stodge!Captain Desmond, V.C. | Maud Diver
If she had her own way she would throw the books into the fire, as tiresome stodge.The New Warden | Mrs. David G. Ritchie
No harm done; but to let him go on here in the stodge is a bit of short-sightedness I can't understand.The Pillars of the House, Vol. II (of 2) | Charlotte M. Yonge
It was for the good of Felix, and everyone else, that they should not all hang about at home in the stodge and mire.The Pillars of the House, Vol. II (of 2) | Charlotte M. Yonge
British Dictionary definitions for stodge
heavy filling starchy food
dialect, mainly Southern English baked or steamed pudding
a dull person or subject
to stuff (oneself or another) with food
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