Noun(1) soft creamy candy
Verb(1) tamper, with the purpose of deception(2) avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues
(1) A new flavor, Eagles Touchdown Sundae, features chocolate peanut butter footballs, smooth peanut butter swirls and fudge in a vanilla ice cream base.(2) Lollipops and LifeSavers are amorphous candies; fudge and fondant (creamy candy or filling) are crystalline.(3) It's an Oreo Brownie covered in soft-serve ice cream, smothered in marshmallow topping, hot fudge , and whipped cream, and sprinkled with crushed Oreo cookies.(4) Vicky's hot chocolate fudge cake, in particular, was excellent.(5) There is every reason to suppose that the Labour-dominated committee in Parliament will make criticisms of the government that stop short of accusing it of lying - a classic fudge .(6) the new settlement is a fudge rushed out to win cheers at the conference(7) a temptation to fudge the issue and nudge grades up(8) They would like to fudge the issue by conflating it with questions about how the war was prosecuted.(9) I've also put away all the toffees, fudge , chocolate, biscuits, chocolate covered biscuits and jubes so that I'm not tempted.(10) By the age of 10 I was boiling up fudge , toffee and Turkish delight with, it seemed to me, only the merest hint of adult supervision.(11) Mom always made a big bowl of ice cream with hot fudge and nuts on the first day of school.(12) Trying to fudge the issue will only invite China's bullying and eventual invasion.(13) The dairy farms supply Orkney's creameries with milk and cream for ice-cream, cheese and fudge .(14) Labor's attempts to dismiss the story as old was a fudge .(15) Their laissez-faire attitude toward corporate accounting during the go-go years may have contributed to the fudge turning to fraud.(16) In other words, the product features strawberry and vanilla ice creams with strawberries, fudge-covered shortbread cookies with fudge and strawberry swirls.