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Fadge


FADGE, verb intransitive [Latin pango, pegi, pepegi, figo; Gr.]

1. To suit; to fit; to come close, as the parts of things united. Hence, to have one part consistent with another.

2. To agree; to live in amity.

3. To succeed; to hit.

[This word is now vulgar, and improper in elegant writing.]