noun \ˈwaj\

Definition of wadge



  1. 1 British :  bunch, bundle the wadge of letters was in his hands — Elizabeth Bowen

  2. 2 British :  slab, wedge twisting a biscuit deep into the thick wadge of yogurt — G. A. Wagner

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Origin and Etymology of wadge

alteration of 1wedge

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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