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Fudgel

[fəj]

NOUN

fudges (plural noun)

  - a soft candy made from sugar, butter, and milk or cream.

  - an instance of faking or ambiguity.

  - a piece of late news inserted in a newspaper page.

VERB

fudges (third person present) · fudged (past tense) · fudged (past participle) · fudging (present participle)

  - present or deal with (something) in a vague, noncommittal, or inadequate way, especially so as to conceal the truth or mislead.

EXCLAMATION
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  - nonsense! (expressing disbelief or annoyance).

Synonyms

toffee, compromise, equivocation, spin, casuistry, sophistry, speciousness, straightforwardness, evade, dodge,

"Fudgel" in Example Sentences

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2. fudgel fudgeling Fudgeler as meraki is a difficult word to use in a sentence I’ll leave some links to where you can read on how to use it in a sentence and determine the proper use… my best attempt would: 4. fudgel To fudgel is an eighteenth-century term meaning "Pretending to work when you're not actually doing anything at all." Modern: 3 : 2.
3. 1. 1. fudgel fudgeling Fudgeler as meraki is a difficult word to use in a sentence I’ll leave some links to where you can read on how to use it in a sentence and determine the proper use… my best attempt would : 4. The boy was fudgeling in his maths note book as if studying whereas in effect he was just scribbling. 2. 2. fudgel fudgeling Fudgeler as meraki is a difficult word to use in a
4. fudgel To fudgel is an eighteenth-century term meaning "Pretending to work when you're not actually doing anything at all." Modern offices are full of it, largely because when somebody is staring intently at a computer screen and typing it's hard to tell whether they're busily putting together this year's accounts or busily updating their
5. Definition please: To “fudgel” means pretending to work without actually accomplishing anything. Can you use it in a sentence? “Gilbert spent Friday afternoon fudgeling at his desk, while counting down the hours until the weekend.”

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