fadge definition

  • verb:
    • becoming suitable (with or even one thing).
    • To agree, getting along (with).
    • To get in really; to manage, to thrive.
    • to consume together.
    • to maneuver with a gait between a jog and a trot.
    • is ideal (with or even to anything).
    • To agree, to obtain along (with).
    • To get in well; to cope, to flourish.
    • for eating together.
    • To move with a gait between a jog and a trot.
    • become suitable (with or to one thing).
    • To concur, to obtain along (with).
    • To get in well; to manage, to thrive.
    • for eating collectively.
    • to go with a gait between a jog and a trot.
  • noun:
    • Irish potato breads - flat farls, griddle-baked. Frequently served fried.
    • A wool pack. traditionally manufactured from jute now usually synthetic.
    • Small loaves of bread loaf or bun made out of left-over bread.
    • A gait of horses between a jog and a trot.
    • a little level loaf or thick cake; additionally, a fagot.
    • big money; a fagot.
    • A covering of nude leather inclosing a lot of money of patent or other important fabric.
    • a big flat loaf or bannock, frequently of barley-meal, cooked among ashes.
    • A fat, clumsy individual.
    • Irish potato bread - flat farls, griddle-baked. Usually served deep-fried.
    • A wool pack. traditionally made from jute now often artificial.
    • Small loaves of bread loaf or bun made with left-over bread.
    • A gait of horses between a jog and a trot.
    • A small flat loaf or thick dessert; additionally, a fagot.
    • a lot of money; a fagot.
    • A covering of nude fabric inclosing big money of patent or other important fabric.
    • a big flat loaf or bannock, frequently of barley-meal, cooked among ashes.
    • A fat, clumsy individual.
    • Irish potato breads - level farls, griddle-baked. Usually served deep-fried.
    • A wool pack. typically made from jute today usually artificial.
    • Small loaves of bread loaf or bun fashioned with left-over bread.
    • A gait of ponies between a jog and a trot.
    • a little flat loaf or thick dessert; additionally, a fagot.
    • a lot of money; a fagot.
    • A covering of undressed leather-based inclosing a bundle of patent or any other important fabric.
    • A large level loaf or bannock, generally of barley-meal, cooked among ashes.
    • A fat, awkward person.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to match; to suit; to concur.
    • to match; to match; to agree.
    • to match; to match; to concur.
  • others:
    • to accommodate; fit; come near, since the components of things united; therefore, to own one component in line with another.
    • To agree; live-in amity.
    • to ensure success; turn-out well.
    • To beat or thrash.
    • to accommodate; fit; come near, due to the fact parts of things united; therefore, having one component in keeping with another.
    • To agree; inhabit amity.
    • To succeed; come out well.
    • To beat or thrash.
    • to match; fit; come close, whilst the areas of things united; therefore, to have one component consistent with another.
    • To concur; live-in amity.
    • to ensure success; turn-out really.
    • to conquer or thrash.

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