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  • noun Alternative spelling of porridge.

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Examples

  • It is known that when oats reached Britain, they were already being consumed as a gruel by the Teutons and Gauls and indeed the name porridge derives from the French word, potage - the strikingly similar word porage, which is still in use to this day, is another way Scots spell porridge.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • It is known that when oats reached Britain, they were already being consumed as a gruel by the Teutons and Gauls and indeed the name porridge derives from the French word, potage - the strikingly similar word porage, which is still in use to this day, is another way Scots spell porridge.

    At My Table

  • As for my second clue, "the dog is green," well, that one was pretty easy to find as well, once you found McCann's name from the "porage" reference:

    Greyjoys, By Grace

  • As for my second clue, "the dog is green," well, that one was pretty easy to find as well, once you found McCann's name from the "porage" reference:

    McCann casting official

  • I dunno, for I'm from spain and we have no such things, but find it curious that GRRM used "porage", just like the brand advertised there.

    GRRM updates on casting progress

  • My clues were much too obvious this time around, especially the spelling of "porage," which yielded up the secret to anyone who googled the word.

    McCann casting official

  • My clues were much too obvious this time around, especially the spelling of "porage," which yielded up the secret to anyone who googled the word.

    Greyjoys, By Grace

  • I just saw GRRM's update, and I googled the word "porage".

    GRRM updates on casting progress

  • I am told that they are plotting to seize the town and bear off Alan Beith and Lady Maddock so that they can exhibit them in Edinburgh, forcibly dress Beith in a kilt and oblige the lovely Diana to spend the rest of her life cooking porage for SNP backbenchers at Holyrood.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Eat your porage and you'll grow up big and strong.

    I'll Be Good, I will, I will

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