stodge


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stodge

(stɒdʒ)
n
1. (Cookery) heavy filling starchy food
2. (Cookery) dialect chiefly Southern English baked or steamed pudding
3. a dull person or subject
vb
(Cookery) to stuff (oneself or another) with food
[C17: perhaps a blend of stuff + podge]

stodge


Past participle: stodged
Gerund: stodging

Imperative
stodge
stodge
Present
I stodge
you stodge
he/she/it stodges
we stodge
you stodge
they stodge
Preterite
I stodged
you stodged
he/she/it stodged
we stodged
you stodged
they stodged
Present Continuous
I am stodging
you are stodging
he/she/it is stodging
we are stodging
you are stodging
they are stodging
Present Perfect
I have stodged
you have stodged
he/she/it has stodged
we have stodged
you have stodged
they have stodged
Past Continuous
I was stodging
you were stodging
he/she/it was stodging
we were stodging
you were stodging
they were stodging
Past Perfect
I had stodged
you had stodged
he/she/it had stodged
we had stodged
you had stodged
they had stodged
Future
I will stodge
you will stodge
he/she/it will stodge
we will stodge
you will stodge
they will stodge
Future Perfect
I will have stodged
you will have stodged
he/she/it will have stodged
we will have stodged
you will have stodged
they will have stodged
Future Continuous
I will be stodging
you will be stodging
he/she/it will be stodging
we will be stodging
you will be stodging
they will be stodging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stodging
you have been stodging
he/she/it has been stodging
we have been stodging
you have been stodging
they have been stodging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stodging
you will have been stodging
he/she/it will have been stodging
we will have been stodging
you will have been stodging
they will have been stodging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stodging
you had been stodging
he/she/it had been stodging
we had been stodging
you had been stodging
they had been stodging
Conditional
I would stodge
you would stodge
he/she/it would stodge
we would stodge
you would stodge
they would stodge
Past Conditional
I would have stodged
you would have stodged
he/she/it would have stodged
we would have stodged
you would have stodged
they would have stodged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stodge - heavy and filling (and usually starchy) food
aliment, alimentation, nourishment, nutriment, sustenance, victuals, nutrition - a source of materials to nourish the body
Translations
طَعام ثَقيل وَصَلْب
těžké jídlo
nehéz étel
òungmeltur matur
sotus valgissunkus valgis
smags, sātīgs ēdiens
ťažké jedlo
ağır yemek

stodge

[stɒdʒ] N (Brit) → comida f indigesta

stodge

n (inf)Pampe f (inf)

stodge

[stɒdʒ] n (fam) → cibo pesante

stodge

(stodʒ) noun
heavy, solid food.
ˈstodgy adjective
1. (of meals etc) consisting of stodge. stodgy food.
2. (of people, books etc) dull; not lively.
ˈstodginess noun
References in classic literature ?
You never exactly knew whether there would be a real meal or just a make-believe, it all depended upon Peter's whim: he could eat, really eat, if it was part of a game, but he could not stodge [cram down the food] just to feel stodgy [stuffed with food], which is what most children like better than anything else; the next best thing being to talk about it.
Limit your stodge intake: For some reason in the summer you probably do more exercise, spend more time outside yet eat less calories, yet in the winter it's often less exercise and more calories.
I think Neil has been seduced by the municipal grandeur, stodge and intrigue of Birmingham and the Black Country.
BANANA THAT massive fry-up sounds tempting, but what you think are stodge cravings are actually your body's way of telling you it needs a good dose of nutrients and energy.
But while stodge and sterility suck the life out of Old Trafford, James Wilson has climbed aboard a thrill-a-minute ride on the South Coast.
This classic recipe is the perfect marriage of stodge and sweetness - plus it's really easy to make at home.
While a sticky toffee pudding and ice-cream might have seemed an ambitious culinary enterprise after the first two satisfying courses there was no stodge - just light sponge with just the right amount of rich toffee sauce.
Jimmy King has gone vegan, or, should we say "hecan" which means he's only eating stodge if he thinks he can get away with it.
Scrub out the stodge and swap it for fresh, flavoursome salads.
These two sides like to play rugby and this was a breathless match unlike some of the stodge served up this season - but Exeter could not get a try at HQ.
Traffic lights on packets of doughnuts won't stop Mr and Mrs Lard chucking sugary stodge into their shopping trolley.
Dessert can take two directions: light and sweet or a proper bit of stodge.