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Definition of flodge


  • to pretend to be something that you are not or pretend to have something that you don't. For example: A $50.00 bill wrapped around a whole lot of $1.00 bills and flashing it like you got a lot of cash. Riding in a car with a cell phone to your ear that's not even activated.

    Last edited on Apr 08 2002. Submitted by Eric B. from Jacksonville, FL, USA on Apr 08 2002.

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