pudding (n.) Old form(s): Puddinges
type of large savoury dish; dumpling, pasty
AW II.ii.26[Clown to Countess, of his answer] As fit as ... the pudding to his skin
H5 II.i.83[Hostess to Pistol, of Falstaff] he'll yield the crow a pudding one of these days [i.e. he'll die and be food for birds]
Per II.i.82[First Fisherman to Pericles] we'll have ... puddings and flapjacks
TG IV.iv.29[Launce alone, of his dog] I have sat in the stocks for puddings he hath stolen
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