Definition of Stodgers

1. stodger [n] - See also: stodger



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stodgers

stocks
stocktake
stocktakes
stocktaking
stocktakings
stockwhip
stockwhips
stockwork
stockworks
stocky
stockyard
stockyards
stodge
stodged
stodger
stodgers (current term)
stodges
stodgier
stodgiest
stodgily
stodginess
stodginesses
stodging
stodgy
stoep
stoeps
stog
stogey
stogeys
stoggies

Literary usage of Stodgers

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1. Free Opinions, Freely Expressed on Certain Phases of Modern Social Life and by Marie Corelli (1905)
"stodgers is a " young " poet (forty- five last birthday), entirely free from " manner " and manners. He has resorted to the last and lowest method employed ..."

2. Free Opinions, Freely Expressed on Certain Phases of Modern Social Life and by Marie Corelli (1905)
"It suits the purpose of the Superannuated to compare his two " discoveries," Podgers and stodgers, and to work them against each other in those quarters of ..."

3. Free Opinions, Freely Expressed on Certain Phases of Modern Social Life and by Marie Corelli (1905)
"stodgers is a "young "poet (forty- five last birthday), entirely free from " manner " and manners. He has resorted to the last and lowest method employed by ..."

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