adj. made up of many perplexing parts, difficult to understand and virtually impossible to follow.
The design of Richard's payroll program is way to kludgie; have him repair the bug.
by G. Wesley Davis February 27, 2005
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awkward, unpolished, designed with complete disregard to established rules, potentially fatal

The kludgy highway off-ramp that curled into a figure-eight loop before turning into a two-foot merge lane into traffic was cited as the cause of numerous accidents by the state highway patrol.

by Webster'03 January 28, 2003
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1. Pertaining to a mixed array of thick undescribable stuff.
The code was more kludgy than a a bath of Vietnamese mountain-goat cheese.
by SniperX August 15, 2004
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A golf hole designed to punish you no matter what choice you make from the tee box.
9th hole at Murphy Creek... cut the corner over the canyon, bunkers await. Hit in bunker and have to hit to a green that's protected by a another bunker in front of the shallow green, backed by a ravine.
by Anonymous May 8, 2003
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