Ludlow
(noun)
A wad of newspaper, folded tablenapkin or lump of carboard put under a wobbly table or chair to make it standup straight. It is perhaps not widely known that air-ace Sir Douglas Bader used to get about on an enormous pair of ludlows before he had his artificial legs fitted.
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source : The Meaning of Liff