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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fadge.
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But the explanation why he fadged up this thing in order to advance his career says some disturbing things about our society.
Do you think she didn't know what beauty was -- this child who never had a new or pretty garment, but who wore frocks "fadged up" out of old, faded breadths of her mistress's dresses, and bonnets with brims cut off and topknots taken down, and coarse shoes, and stockings cut out of the legs of those whereof Mrs. Grubbling had worn out the extremities?