fudge[ fuhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF fudge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUDGE
Clayton knew it very well, and the trick of examining the books was all a fudge.
“Oh, fudge on the judges,” Langford exclaimed in affected disgust.
There was to be fudge, too, which Nancy had the knack of making.
I don't call this fudge; what I mean by fudge is, outside without inside.
So we stopped at the store, and she's loaded me down with stuff for fudge.
Strikes me wot is called the Law is often fuss, and fraud, and fudge!
After the business is over, we are going 112to have a fudge party.
I have known a Quarterly Review non-plussed by the word "Fudge!"
Then he whispered something to Jimmy, who said, "Aw, fudge!"
No; Fudge is candy—the most delicious adorable stuff you ever tasted.