2. Verb. (third-person singular of fadge) ¹
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Definition of Fadges
1. fadge [v] - See also: fadge
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fadges
fadges (current term)
Literary usage of Fadges
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"1 egg. ^ teaspoon salt. X£ teaspoon melted butter. Prepare and bake as Pop-overs. Breakfast Puffs. 1 cup flour. i£ cup milk. i£ cup water. fadges ..."
2. Histories of Bolton and Bowling (townships of Bradford): Historically and by William Cudworth (1891)
"At that period combers' " fadges " were common objects about Dudley Hill, ... On the former occasions a collection of these " fadges" might at any time of ..."
3. Contributions to the Early History of Perth Amboy and Adjoining Country by William Adee Whitehead (1856)
"In April, 1697, an ordinance was adopted against the running at large, unless sufficiently fettered, of all " fadges " more than a year old. ..."
4. The Complete Works of John Lyly by John Lyly (1902)
"204, 210: fadges /•'/. mods. 39 exccellent Ql 10 a quarter long so all, sc. of an hour I 2 eho, ho, to. (to roms.) 111.: and so QQ (all remans): eho, ho, o. ..."