flodge

flodge
\\ˈfläj\ noun (-s)
Etymology: alteration of Middle English floshe, flashe swamp, pool, puddle, probably from Middle French flache
dialect England : pool, puddle

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • flodge — The frayed or torn part on the bottom of trouser legs of the young, caused by the fabric dragging along the ground. Kitty got the flodge on her denim flares trapped in the escalator …   Dictionary of american slang

  • flodge — The frayed or torn part on the bottom of trouser legs of the young, caused by the fabric dragging along the ground. Kitty got the flodge on her denim flares trapped in the escalator …   Dictionary of american slang

  • flodge — v To fake, pretend or perpetrate a fraud. She was trying toflodge with that cell phone, because it isn t even on! 1990s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

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