Definition of pudge in English:

pudge

noun

mass nounNorth American
informal
  • Fat on a person's body.

    ‘hillocks of muscle have become hummocks of pudge’
    • ‘More pudge around the waist and face than any nearby whale.’
    • ‘At this point, no matter how strict you are with your calories, no matter how much you work out, the pudge won't budge.’
    • ‘Take an opportunity to lose some of that winter hibernation-induced pudge around your middle and come out to a series of nutritional seminars being held at the PAC this weekend.’
    • ‘If I don't work out, I turn into a puddle of unsightly pudge.’
    • ‘I'm not sure what's brought this about; I guess just incontrovertible evidence that someone find me attractive, regardless of the extra pudge on my stomach or the extra inches on my hips or thighs.’

Origin

Early 19th century (denoting a fat person): of unknown origin; compare with podge.

Pronunciation

pudge

/pʌdʒ/