wodge

[ woj ]
/ wɒdʒ /

noun British Informal.

a lump, chunk, or wad.
an object having a lumpy, bulgy shape.

Nearby words

  1. woburn abbey,
  2. wocas,
  3. wodehouse,
  4. wodehouse, p. g.,
  5. woden,
  6. wodzislaw slaski,
  7. woe,
  8. woebegone,
  9. woeful,
  10. woefully

Origin of wodge

First recorded in 1905–10; perhaps alteration of wedge

Related formswodg·y, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for wodge

wodge

/ (wɒdʒ) /

noun

British informal a thick lump or chunk cut or broken off something

Word Origin for wodge

C20: alteration of wedge

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