noun \ˈp-diŋ\

: a thick, sweet, soft, and creamy food that is usually eaten cold at the end of a meal

: a sweet, soft food that is made of rice, bread, etc.

: a hot dish like a pie that has a mixture of meat or vegetables inside of it

Full Definition of PUDDING

a (1) :  a boiled or baked soft food usually with a cereal base <corn pudding> <bread pudding> (2) :  a dessert of a soft, spongy, or thick creamy consistency <chocolate pudding> (3) British :  dessert 1
b :  a dish often containing suet or having a suet crust and originally boiled in a bag <steak and kidney pudding>

Origin of PUDDING

Middle English
First Known Use: 13th century


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