wadge

Related to wadge: wodge

wadge

(wɒdʒ)
n
a variant of wodge

Wodge, Wadge

 a lumpy bundle or mass, 1860.
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Visitors who flocked to join in the carnival atmosphere of the Mardi Gras on Saturday, at Cooper's Field behind Cardiff Castle, were entertained by the likes of Amy Wadge and Eighties singers Sonia and Hazel Dean.
Russell Wadge, of Baglan Farm in Trimsaran, was arrested last week.
It was co-written by Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, John Shanks and Ronan Keating.
Sony/ATV Music Publishing, the Atlantic record label and Amy Wadge - who co-wrote the song are the other defendants in the claim.
Cameron Wadge ended last season on a high when his last two rides produced victories on Nickwillis at Balcormo Mains and Aspatria and the youngster kept the bandwagon rolling on Chanceiton in the 14 runner Open Maiden Race, his first ride for new boss Lucinda Russell.
The title-track has been written by musicians Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, Johnny McDaid and Steve Mac.
Adam Strachan put Kilby ahead early on before Gretna levelled in 26 minutes when Daniel Wadge fired home the rebound after keeper Jacob Kean had saved his penalty.
SINGER-SONGWRITER Amy Wadge has won two music awards for the hit song she co-wrote with Ed Sheeran.
Performers at the event, which was held at Parc Eirias on Saturday night, included former Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley, tenor Wynne Evans and Amy Wadge.
GRAMMY Award-winning singer-songwriter Amy Wadge has given a new meaning to phrase hitting the high notes - after singing on top of the Severn Bridge (below).
Golds went to Madeleine Liddell, Freya Swinburn, Ellen Wadge, Bethany Burnett, Grace Robson, Samantha Tull, William Bryson, Matthew De Vallend-Toor, Sam Harrison and Tom Charlton.