Definition of Stodgy. Meaning of Stodgy. Synonyms of Stodgy

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Definition of Stodgy

Stodgy
Stodgy Stodg"y, a. Wet. [Prov. Eng.] --G. Eliot.

Meaning of Stodgy from wikipedia

- the traditions of pulp science fiction, which some of them regarded as stodgy, adolescent and poorly written. The New Wave science fiction of the 1960s...
- Ford's inevitable comparison to Nixon, as well as his perceived Midwestern stodginess and self-deprecation. Ford was a member of several civic organizations...
- Jews; drunken brawling Irishmen with blarney at the ready; oily Italians; stodgy Germans; and gullible rural rubes. 1830s and early 1840s blackface performers...
- other early roles, Brimley became widely known for portraying gruff or stodgy old men, most notably on the 1980s drama series Our House, also starring...
- Armstrong's bandmates (including a young Coleman Hawkins), sounded "stiff, stodgy," with "jerky rhythms and a grey undistinguished tone quality." The following...
- reads: "Understated to a fault, The Railway Man transcends its occasionally stodgy pacing with a touching, fact-based story and the quiet chemistry of its...
- network's ratings were acceptable, but it struggled with an image of stodginess. Laurence Tisch lost interest and sought a new buyer. In the mid-1990s...
- conservative. From health perspective, eating radish can help to offset the stodgy food that people take during the Spring Festival". Nanjing's planned 20...
- (October 26, 2008) Garfield, Bob (October 1, 2007). "Taking Cadillac from Stodgy to ****y: Kate Walsh". adage.com. Retrieved December 12, 2008. "Grey's Anatomy's...
- she ends her review on the same note as Time: "There is nothing coy, or stodgy or too frightening about the film; and this year, when it has seemed highly...
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