- v. present participle of fudge.
“The foreign-trade lobby, representing foreign exporters who sell into the American market, has an obvious interest in fudging the long-term consequences of trade deficits.”
“A prickly current of unrest sparked and shocked the citizenry, for many held the opinion that the provincial governor, the Wizard Kadil, was in no uncertain terms fudging the books, collecting taxes beyond what the law allowed.”
“And that for something that more and more people don't believe in (I never have, for the simple reason that Algore was heading the charge, and early on was identified as fudging figures himself).”
“And that for something that more and more people don't believe in (I never have, for the simple reason that Algore was heading the charge, and early on was identified as fudging figures himself). antisoc wrote: I'm truly disappointed ....”
“Taxpayers who believe they are unfairly paying more than others inevitably will feel more justified in 'fudging' to right the perceived wrong," Olson writes.”
“It can be innocuous, such as fudging on the cost of purchases or hiding a spending spree.”
“I do not notice similar "fudging" with Clinton numbers.”
“I did notice today that Obama has been "fudging" his donor numbers, not that I give a hoot.”
“When he tried this in the ill-fated economic statement last November I could have sworn that the opposition was unanimous in their criticism of this kind of fudging with figures.”
“There may also be the thought that not only is everyone across party lines pretty much in it together, but the kind of fudging and fooling involved is required for a viable political existence in Washington.”
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