What does budge mean?

budge meaning in General Dictionary

Lined with budge hence scholastic

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  • A kind of fur ready from lambskin dressed utilizing the wool on utilized formerly as an edging and decoration esp of scholastic practices
  • Brisk stirring jocund
  • to maneuver to blend to walk away
  • move very somewhat
  • US playing tennis player whom in 1938 had been the first to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles tournament in identical 12 months (1915-2000)
  • To move down; to blend; to leave.
  • Brisk; stirring; jocund.
  • some sort of fur ready from lambskin clothed using the wool on; -- used previously as an edging and decoration, esp. of scholastic habits.
  • Lined with budge; therefore, scholastic.
  • Austere or rigid, like scholastics.

budge meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1580s, from Middle French bougier "to move, stir" (Modern French bouger), from Vulgar Latin *bullicare "to bubble, boil" (thus, "to be in movement"), from Latin bullire "to boil" (see boil (v.)). Compare Spanish bullir "to go about, bustle;" Portuguese bulir "to move a thing from the place." Related: Budged; budging.


budge meaning in General Dictionary

(v. i.) To move off; to blend; to leave.

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  • (v.) Brisk; stirring; jocund.
  • (letter.) Some sort of fur ready from lambskin dressed using wool on; -- utilized previously as an edging and decoration, esp. of scholastic habits.
  • (a.) Lined with budge; hence, scholastic.
  • (a.) Austere or rigid, like scholastics.

Sentence Examples with the word budge

While the others moved cautiously to the bridge, enthralled by the scene in both directions, Edith refused to budge any further.

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