dodger definition

  • noun:
    • one which dodges or evades: an experienced dodger of reporters' questions.
    • A shifty, dishonest individual; a trickster.
    • a tiny printed handbill.
    • Chiefly Southern Atlantic U.S. See corndodger.
    • a person who dodges.
    • a little windscreen and cover product, to protect employees from driving rainfall or weather.
    • person who dodges or evades; one that plays fast and loose, or makes use of challenging products.
    • a tiny handbill.
    • See Corndodger.
    • one that dodges or evades; one who practises artful changes or dodges.
    • A small handbill distributed in the streets or any other public venues.
    • identical to corn-dodger.
    • small oval cake of corn breads baked or fried (chiefly south)
    • a shifty misleading person
    • the one that dodges or evades: a talented dodger of reporters' concerns.
    • A shifty, dishonest person; a trickster.
    • A small imprinted handbill.
    • Chiefly Southern Atlantic U.S. See corndodger.
    • one that dodges.
    • A small windscreen and cover device, to guard workers from operating rain or weather.
    • One who dodges or evades; a person who plays quickly and free, or uses tricky devices.
    • A small handbill.
    • See Corndodger.
    • one that dodges or evades; person who practises artful changes or dodges.
    • a tiny handbill distributed into the streets or other public places.
    • Same as corn-dodger.
    • tiny oval cake of corn breads baked or fried (chiefly southern)
    • a shifty deceptive person
    • one which dodges or evades: a talented dodger of reporters' questions.
    • A shifty, dishonest person; a trickster.
    • A small printed handbill.
    • Chiefly Southern Atlantic U.S. See corndodger.
    • person who dodges.
    • A small windscreen and cover unit, to guard workers from operating rainfall or weather condition.
    • One who dodges or evades; one who plays fast and loose, or makes use of challenging products.
    • A small handbill.
    • See Corndodger.
    • a person who dodges or evades; one who practises artful changes or dodges.
    • the one that dodges or evades: an experienced dodger of reporters' concerns.
    • a little handbill distributed into the roads or other public places.
    • A shifty, dishonest person; a trickster.
    • Same as corn-dodger.
    • a little printed handbill.
    • little oval dessert of corn loaves of bread baked or deep-fried (chiefly southern)
    • Chiefly Southern Atlantic U.S. See corndodger.
    • a shifty deceptive person
    • one that dodges.
    • a tiny windscreen and cover device, to guard workers from driving rainfall or weather.
    • a person who dodges or evades; one that plays fast and free, or uses tricky devices.
    • a little handbill.
    • See Corndodger.
    • person who dodges or evades; a person who practises artful changes or dodges.
    • a tiny handbill distributed within the roads or other public venues.
    • just like corn-dodger.
    • little oval dessert of corn breads baked or deep-fried (chiefly southern)
    • a shifty misleading person

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