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People over profitSteve Hyde, CEO of 360xec, talked about the coronavirus crisis exposing companies who had “camouflaged” stodgy, legacy-based leadership structures.
Hoosh is a stodgy, porridge-like mixture of pemmican, dried biscuit and water, brought to the boil and served hot.
Nothing can be more stodgy, more wearisome, more unprofitable, more away from all the finer ends of dramatic art.
In fact he was a publican who was bound to serve stodgy food as well as exhilarating drink.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
They're so stodgy and unconvincing and as out-of-date as tunes in music.
Well, I'm not stodgy any longer, Esme Falconer; you've reformed me.
THE FIREFLY OF FRANCEMARION POLK ANGELLOTTI
Fat mothers and stodgy fathers fussed over baskets and progeny.
Husband and wife will not take each other for granted; they will not become stodgy or commonplace or stereotyped.
There had even been a Christmas tree, hung with stodgy German angels and Pfeffernuesse and pink-frosted cakes.
Stodgy, stoj′i, adj. heavy, lumpy: ill put together: indigestible.

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