Definition of Stodge

1. Noun. Heavy and filling (and usually starchy) food.




Definition of Stodge

1. Verb. (transitive) To stuff. ¹

2. Noun. (British) heavy, dull food, typically those based on starches ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stodge

1. to stuff full with food [v STODGED, STODGING, STODGES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stodge

stockpots
stockroom
stockrooms
stocks
stocktake
stocktakes
stocktaking
stocktakings
stockwhip
stockwhips
stockwork
stockworks
stocky
stockyard
stockyards
stodge (current term)
stodged
stodger
stodgers
stodges
stodgier
stodgiest
stodgily
stodginess
stodginesses
stodging
stodgy
stoep
stoeps
stog

Literary usage of Stodge

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1. Leicestershire Words, Phrases, and Proverbs by Arthur Benoni Evans (1881)
"stodge, va and n. to cram; fill to repletion. eh. any kind of food that ... stodge-fall, adj., iq stodge, adj. Stodgy, adj. ' filling,' as applied to ..."

2. A Glossary of Dialect & Archaic Words Used in the County of Gloucester by John Drummond Robertson (1890)
"stodge, va and n. to cram ; fill to repletion. sb. any kind of food that ... stodge-full, adj., iq stodge, adj. Stodgy, adj. ' filling,' as applied to ..."

3. Piccadilly to Pall Mall: Manners, Morals, and Man by Ralph Nevill, Charles Edward Jerningham (1909)
"stodge had a son, and to this son a great lady in the neighbourhood became ... The lady went to town for the season, and stodge junior shortly followed. ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1881)
"stodge, va and n. to cram ; fill to repletion. sb. any kind of food that ... stodge-full, adj., iq stodge, adj. ..."

5. The Speaker's Garland: Comprising 100 Choice Selections by Phineas Garrett (1892)
"stodge went out into the passage on one of these occasions to look after him, ... To stodge, Peter imparted the great secret. The butcher and greengrocer ..."

6. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1908)
"After Davey had made this mess of the start, I took the helm, and, things going fairly well, I proposed we should tackle the stodge, but just then I saw a ..."

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