Definition of wedgie
1 : a shoe having a wedge-shaped piece serving as the heel and joining the half sole to form a continuous flat undersurface
2 : the condition of having one's clothing wedged between the buttocks usually from having one's pants or underpants yanked up from behind as a prank —often used with get or give
Examples of wedgie in a Sentence
He gave me a wedgie.
Recent Examples of wedgie from the Web
The result is a cinematic wedgie: a little too dark, a little too nihilistic, a little too empty.
The end result is still admittedly less painful than a wedgie and should give Fox a payoff closer in line to The Boss Baby than its recent Wimpy Kid disappointment.
Able to leap tall buildings without getting a wedgie.
Congratulations to Susan Russell who receives her atomic wedgie for being so clever, as well as a $50 gift code to ThinkGeek!
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First Known Use of wedgie
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Definition of wedgie for English Language Learners
: the act of pulling the back of someone's underpants quickly upward as a joke or prank
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