a thick, soft dessert, typically containing flour or some other thickener, milk, eggs, a flavoring, and sweetener:
a similar dish unsweetened and served with or as a main dish:
British. the dessert course of a meal.
Nautical. a pad or fender for preventing scraping or chafing or for lessening shock between vessels or other objects.
a sweetened usually cooked dessert made in many forms and of various ingredients, such as flour, milk, and eggs, with fruit, etc
a savoury dish, usually soft and consisting partially of pastry or batter: steak-and-kidney pudding
the dessert course in a meal
a sausage-like mass of seasoned minced meat, oatmeal, etc, stuffed into a prepared skin or bag and boiled
see: proof of the pudding
- Pudding club
noun 1. (slang) the state of being pregnant (esp in the phrase in the pudding club)
- Pudding-pipe tree
[poo d-ing-pahyp] /ˈpʊd ɪŋˌpaɪp/ noun 1. golden shower.
noun, British Geology. 1. conglomerate (def 3). pudding stone noun 1. a conglomerate rock in which there is a difference in colour or composition between the pebbles and the matrix
noun, plural puddingwives [poo d-ing-wahyvz] /ˈpʊd ɪŋˌwaɪvz/ (Show IPA) 1. a bluish and bronze wrasse, Halichoeres radiatus, of the Atlantic coast from the Florida Keys to Brazil.