Definition of Prodders

1. Noun. (plural of prodder) ¹



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Definition of Prodders

1. prodder [n] - See also: prodder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prodders

procuticle
procuticles
procyclic
procyclical
procyclicalities
procyclicality
procyclidine
procyclin
procyclins
procymidone
procyonid
procyonids
prod
prodded
prodder
prodders (current term)
prodding
proddings
prodeath
prodefendant
prodefensin
prodefensins
prodegenerative
prodelision
prodelisions
prodemocracy
prodifferentiative
prodigal
prodigal son
prodigal sons

Literary usage of Prodders

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1. Landmines: A Deadly Legacy by Arms Project (Human Rights Watch), Physicians for Human Rights (U.S.) (1993)
"B. Detection of Mines There are four main ways to detect individual mines within a minefield: using prodders, mine detectors, and dogs for buried mines, ..."

2. The OECD Report on Regulatory Reform by Joanna R. Shelton (1997)
"However, reformers - in, for example, the United Kingdom and the state of \I72 Victoria, as well as on-going experience with independent power prodders ..."

3. The OECD Report on Regulatory Reform by Joanna R. Shelton (1997)
"However, reformers - in, for example, the United Kingdom and the state of |/72 Victoria, as well as on-going experience with independent power prodders ..."

4. Natives of Australia by Northcote Whitridge Thomas (1906)
"... head pads of bark for use when heavy weights are carried, strainers for filtering yam mush, etc., prodders for feeling after the occupants of ..."

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