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1stodge

transitive verb \ˈstäj\
stodgedstodg·ing

Definition of STODGE

British
:  to stuff full especially with food

Origin of STODGE

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1674

Rhymes with STODGE

2stodge

noun

: heavy food that makes you feel very full

Full Definition of STODGE

British
:  something or someone stodgy

Examples of STODGE

  1. We filled up on stodge at the banquet.

First Known Use of STODGE

1825

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