American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A soft rich candy made of sugar, milk, butter, and flavoring.
- n. Nonsense; humbug.
- v. To fake or falsify: fudge casualty figures.
- v. To evade (an issue, for example); dodge.
- v. To act in an indecisive manner: always fudged on the important questions.
- v. To go beyond the proper limits of something: fudged on the building code requirements.
- v. To act dishonestly; cheat.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To poke with a stick.
- To foist.
- To make or fix awkwardly or clumsily; arrange confusedly; botch; bungle.
- to compute a ship's change of position from one noon to the next by dead-reckoning, determining by means of tables the northing, southing, easting, and westing made by the different courses and distances sailed, and applying the result to the latitude and longitude of the previous noon.
- To work clumsily; labor in a clumsy fashion.
- n. Nonsense; stuff; rubbish: most commonly used as a contemptuous interjection.
- In printing, to make use of improper materials or methods to produce a needed result with greater speed.
- n. In newspaper parlance, matter of supposed importance, as the latest sporting news or sensational stuff, which comes to hand too late to find a place in the plates before going to press, and is inserted in a special place by cutting the plates. See fudge-box.
- n. In printing, an unworkmanlike practice.
- n. A kind or home-made candy composed of milk, sugar, butter, and chocolate, boiled together, flavored with vanilla, and, when nearly cool, poured into a rectangular pan and cut into squares: more fully designated chocolate-fudge. When chopped walnuts form an ingredient it is known as nut-fudge. The name alludes to the hasty amateur manufacture.
- n. Light or frothy nonsense.
- n. A type of very sweet candy or confection. Often used in the US synonymously with chocolate fudge.
- n. countable A deliberately misleading or vague answer.
- n. countable A less than perfect decision or solution; an attempt to fix an incorrect solution after the fact.
- v. intransitive To try to avoid giving a direct answer; to waffle or equivocate.
- v. To alter something from its true state, as to hide a flaw or uncertainty. Always deliberate, but not necessarily dishonest or immoral.
- interj. euphemistic Colloquially, used in place of fuck.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A made-up story; stuff; nonsense; humbug; -- often an exclamation of contempt.
- v. To make up; to devise; to contrive; to fabricate.
- v. To foist; to interpolate.
- n. A kind of soft candy composed of sugar or maple sugar, milk, and butter, and often chocolate or nuts, boiled and stirred to a proper consistency.
- v. tamper, with the purpose of deception
- n. soft creamy candy
- v. avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues)
- Possibly alteration of fadge, to fit. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, who says the word "fudge" during taping.”
“Maple and walnuts are a wonderful combination and this creamy and smooth fudge is one of the best among the many wonderful variations in which this candy is made.”
“P. Coltrane nottscop @ 31 … fudge is my friend and i ` m saying no more. on October 19, 2008 at 7: 28 am | Reply ranter”
“We have been invited this weekend to attend a baby christening party and the fudge is going to the party.”
“Dairy free fudge is a rare item, so I hope those of you looking for a small indulgence are aware of this treat.”
“This fudge is melt in the mouth and absolutely sinful.”
“Though hot fudge is also splendid on store-bought ice cream as well!”
“Wheresmymind -- Sorry to incite such a craving, but this hot fudge is a snap to make!”
“The fudge is to assess via writing about it, so-called "praxis".”
“This very typical regional sweet, resembling milk fudge, is sold all over Zacatecas.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘fudge’.
If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, or quacks like a duck, then you should probably list it here.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
caramel gets 48 hits
chocolate gets 112 hits
nonpareil 83 hits
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As much fun to say as they are to eat.
mostly from magoosh
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