podgy

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adjective \ˈpä-jē\

Definition of podgy

podgier

;

podgiest

chiefly British

  1. :  pudgy

Examples of podgy in a Sentence

  1. a podgy little bookseller with a shop in Notting Hill

Origin and Etymology of podgy

podge something pudgy


First Known Use: 1846



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