Definition of Podges

1. Noun. (plural of podge) ¹



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Definition of Podges

1. podge [n] - See also: podge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Podges

poddier
poddies
poddiest
podding
poddy
podedema
podes
podesta
podestas
podetia
podetium
podex
podexes
podfading
podge
podges (current term)
podgier
podgiest
podgily
podginess
podgy
podhead
podheads
podia
podial
podiatric
podiatric medicine
podiatries
podiatrist
podiatrists

Literary usage of Podges

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1. Exeter Churches: Notes on the History, Fabrics and Features of Interest in by Beatrix F. Cresswell (1908)
"To the memory of Sarah podges who died 15th of June 1839, and a tribute of affectionate regard to Ann podges who died 18th Oct. 1840, daughter of the late ..."

2. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries edited by John S. Amery (1908)
"To the memory of Sarah podges who died 15th of June 1839, and a tribute of affectionate regard to Ann podges who died I8th Oct. 184o, daughter of the late ..."

3. DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES & QUERIES. (1908)
"To the memory of Sarah podges who died 15th of June and a tribute of affectionate regard ... podges who died 18th Oct. 184o, daughter of the late Revd John ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... -podges published under .such names as "Business Laws' or 'Every Man his own Lawyer' are to be shunned as traps for the unwary. ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1913)
"... are shot-through at all, they are shot-through in consistent systems, and occasion thoughts of definite objects, not mere hodge- podges of elements. ..."

6. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1908)
"... mere hodge-podges of elements. Even where the brain's functions are half thrown out of gear, as in aphasia or dropping asleep, this law of figured ..."

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