Character 5
Hyphenation budge
Pronunciations /bʌdʒ/

Definitions and meanings of "Budge"

What do we mean by budge?

To move or stir slightly. intransitive verb

To alter a position or attitude. intransitive verb

To cause to move slightly. intransitive verb

To cause to alter a position or attitude. intransitive verb

Fur made from lambskin dressed with the wool outside, formerly used to trim academic robes. noun

Overformal; pompous. adjective

To move; stir; change position; give way: now usually with a negative, implying stubborn resistance to pressure.

To move; stir; change the position of.

Brisk; jocund.

A leathern bag. noun

Lambskin dressed with the wool outward, much used in the Elizabethan era and since as an inexpensive fur for the edging of garments. noun

Same as budge-barrel. noun

⟨ budge, 2. Trimmed or adorned with budge (see I., 2): as, “budge gowns,”

Scholastic; pedantic; austere; surly; stiff; formal: as, “budge doctors,”

One who slips into a house or shop to steal cloaks, etc.; a sneak-thief. noun

Same as booze. noun

To move off; to stir; to walk away. intransitive verb

Brisk; stirring; jocund. adjective

A kind of fur prepared from lambskin dressed with the wool on; -- used formerly as an edging and ornament, esp. of scholastic habits. noun

Lined with budge; hence, scholastic. adjective

To move.

To move.

To yield in one’s opinions or beliefs.

(Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa) To cut or butt (in line); to join the front or middle rather than the back of a queue.

To try to improve the spot of a decision on a sports field.

To cut in line Early Childhood usage Urban Dictionary

Budge (v) derived from the action of Budging. A coloquial term for anal fingering, or anything pertaining to the grounds of anality. If the extension is used, then the item used in the extension is to enter the anus through the sphynkter. If not, it is your fingers that enter the anus. History: Spawned from a young mans honesty, the word budge was formed by a group of 7 sixteen year olds on a road trip to port fairy in 2007. Extensions: If the anal activity is using a different part of the body, or a different item for that matter, the the item or body part should be placed infront of the term Budge or Budge in any of its tenses. The Item or Body Part Should have the "ee" sound on the end of it ("ee"as in Fee"_ but spelt as "ie" or "y". I.E: Fisty Budge : budging with a fist. Phonie Budge: Budging with a phone. Footie Budge: Budging with a foot. Urban Dictionary

From 'Budgie', means mate, bro, dude, man or pal. Urban Dictionary

1. Something that is on a budget. usually, a low budge. 2. Something that is cheaply made Urban Dictionary

This term has a similar meaning as brass. Therefore if something is budge, it is rubbish, worthless, crap and cheap. It derives from the word budget. Urban Dictionary

A greating. As in, budge a guy do? Evolved from What are you doing? Urban Dictionary

To move from ones current position. To budge. Urban Dictionary

Another way to say "cut" as in cutting someone in line. Frequently used in Illinois. Urban Dictionary

Not moving from the place you are sitting in Urban Dictionary

A nickname for a retarded, brainless, mental, narrowminded, dimwitted, wimpy, friendless, annoying, unlikeable, acne-covered, tree-like, moron. Basically he is the most demented motherfucker any one has ever laid eyes on. Why the wimpy tree was created, I do not know. Urban Dictionary

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The word "budge" in example sentences

After refusing to budge from the volcano's fertile slopes, saying they wanted to tend to their crops and protect their homes, villagers started streaming by the thousands into makeshift emergency shelters late Tuesday. ❋ By SLAMET RIYADI (2010)

Despite repeated protests, French President Nicolas Sarkozy's government has refused to budge from a key reform plan, aimed at helping reduce the government debt. ❋ Unknown (2010)

That pledge is probably why libertarians tend not to budge from the non-initiation of force principle. ❋ Unknown (2010)

And your unwillingness to budge is demonstrated by the fact that you have major divisions WITHIN YOUR OWN PARTY! ❋ Unknown (2009)

I agree with the statement, but refuse to budge from the thought that “progress for its own sake” is akin to “A.” ladymercury Says: ❋ Unknown (2009)

Ring screws should be tightened firmly, not obsessively, because you may have to take your scope off in the field, where a screw that won't budge is the last thing you need. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Also, one reason I think Seattle is unwilling to budge from the tunnel, is because then the rest of the state gets to pays for rebuilding the seawall. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Navy and Air Force unwilling to budge from the coastal shelf of the Asian mainland. ❋ Unknown (2005)

There was one night when Mr. Meredith paced his study floor, and Faith and Una huddled in their bedroom and cried, and Jerry, wild with remorse, refused to budge from the floor of the hall outside Carl's door. ❋ Lucy Maud (1919)

Mr.C. had to/drag/her down into the kitchen; for she was very insubordinate and refused to budge from the door, - Captain Sterling and his coachman looking on! ❋ Unknown (1893)

"Record deficits, a doubling of the debt that occurred before he came into office, the worst recession since the Great Depression? and an unsustainable long-term budge outlook," were among those challenges, Conrad said. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The 25-year-old, who had reportedly been refusing to budge from the Spanish giants, will earn four million euros (5.7 million dollars) per year under the deal compared to around 3.5 million euros at Real, radio Onda Cero added. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Easily the heaviest-trafficked thread on the Leopard support forums as of late Friday, "Installation appears stuck on a plain blue screen" told how after a successful Leopard install using the default "Upgrade" option and the required restart, some users’ Macs refused to budge from the blue screen. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Mr. Browning then comes forward with a fact that derricks can not budge, that is, “Newspapers have ever had small regard for truth.” ❋ Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915 (1916)

Mr. Browning then comes forward with a fact that derricks can not budge, that is, "Newspapers have ever had small regard for truth." ❋ Elbert Hubbard (1885)

As he described his inability to get those lawmakers to "budge," and his unwillingness to allow the cuts to expire for all Americans on schedule at year's end, Obama invoked an unusual analogy - one that is unlikely to help the bipartisan outreach efforts to which he committed himself after his party's drubbing in the midterm elections. ❋ Perry Bacon Jr. (2010)

"[Teacher], he [BUDGED]!" ❋ Misskt (2004)

"...He put his hand up and attmited that he had [budged]" "wanna Budge?" "My mum walked in on my [Budging]" "let's try a [ballsie] budge." ❋ Titch Messier (2007)

"Yo whats up, [Budge]?" "Hey Budge, [keen] to go to this [rave]?" ❋ Ive-ree (2003)

"This [toast] is [really] budge" ❋ Nappy (2005)

'These chips are budge' means that they are disgusting and should be [chucked] [in the bin] immediately. Go get yourself a [kebab] instead. ❋ Cos (2003)

Hey [Matt], [Budge] [a guy] do. ❋ Scott (2004)

Used to [implore] someone to move - "Will you please [budge] over." reply "I'm budging over [aren't I]?" Also used in a negative - "This screw is rusted solid it won't budge." reply "That's going to take some budging." ❋ Ctdf (2006)

"Hey [Ashley] can I [budge] you?" "Sure you can [Maneet]!" ❋ 9115** (2014)

[hey mom] [whatever] u say but im not budging from this [bar]!! ❋ Ankit Rawat (2005)

[Philip] Budge! ❋ CLARA!!!!!!!! (2010)

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