Synonyms of fudge in English:

fudge


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noun

1‘she helped herself to a square of fudge’

SYNONYMS

chewy sweet, toffee

2‘the latest proposals are a fudge’

SYNONYMS

compromise, cover-up, halfway house

equivocation, spin, casuistry, sophistry, speciousness

informal cop-out

ANTONYMS

straightforwardness


verb

1‘I am sure a no-nonsense chap like you will not fudge the issue’

SYNONYMS

evade, dodge, skirt, avoid, duck, shift ground about

hedge, prevaricate, vacillate, be non-committal, shuffle, parry questions, stall, shilly-shally, beat about the bush, mince words, mince one's words

British hum and haw

informal waffle, cop out, flannel, sit on the fence

rare tergiversate

ANTONYMS

be forthright about

2‘the government has been fudging figures’

SYNONYMS

falsify, fake, distort, manipulate, misrepresent, misreport, bend, spin, put a spin on, massage, tamper with, tinker with, interfere with, change, doctor, juggle

embellish, embroider, warp, colour

informal cook, fiddle with