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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of noodge.
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I think most of you know that I'm a dictionary editor in my "day job", but when I was working for OUP I was also an "acquiring editor," which meant that I noodged, nagged, harangued, and otherwise coaxed books from ideas to publication.
I can tell you, however, that after Donovan's rabbits, et al, ran into their respective ditches, Burdon (bashful no longer) launched into several improvised verses with droll lyrics, and then gave the nod to another musician Lewis had noodged towards the stage -- John Altman (film composer: Hear My Song & RKO 281) who took the song to dizzying new heights on his soprano sax.
I thought it looked pretty good, considering it had been noodged into roast shape from 3 separate pieces and a bunch of filling.
Hey 'pestic-I'll take the blame, consider yourself officially encouraged, enticed and noodged.
In my current setup, I work well at the office, where I don't get noodged by dogs and cats.
Now, my friends J Rose and Rolly B have noodged me to rejoin, and I have.