wadge

Related to wadge: wodge

wadge

(wɒdʒ)
n
a variant of wodge

Wodge, Wadge

 a lumpy bundle or mass, 1860.
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Mr Wadge could not work out the rest of his shift, which was due to finish at 6am yesterday.
The Cleveland Hall hitman struck all four of his side's goals, two-goal Stephen Lock and Phil Wadge replying for the town lads.
Amy Wadge and singer-songwriter NEVER underestimate the power of a role model, Welsh-born international business guru Sylvia Ann Hewlett told me when I interviewed her last year.
PONTYPRIDD songwriter Amy Wadge has revealed that Ed Sheeran loves a curry half and half when he's in Wales, and what it was like seeing her mate open the Grammys alongside Beyonce.
Director of food safety Dr Andrew Wadge said: "At levels being found the risk is likely to be very small.
Dr Andrew Wadge, director of food safety policy at the FSA, said fears of exposure to cancer-causing chemicals were founded on poor evidence.
Daniel Paylor's double for the home team was vital as Birtley only managed to hit the back of the net once through Philip Wadge.
Amy Wadge, from Church Village, near Pontypridd, has just done it with Thinking Out Loud.
SOUTH Wales singersongwriter Amy Wadge is up for a Brit Award for a smash-hit song she cowrote with Ed Sheeran.
The FSA's Dr Andrew Wadge said fears of exposure to cancer-causing chemicals found in salmon feed were founded on poor evidence.
GRAMMY award-winner Amy Wadge has revealed that music legend Stevie Wonder has asked her to write a song for him.
Thinking Out Loud, which Sheeran wrote with Amy Wadge, first topped the charts five weeks ago but since then had dropped down to number four.