- a person who dozes.
Origin of dozer1
Origin of dozer2
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Examples from the Web for dozer
Danny was standing up at the controls of the 'dozer, waving his arms.
His crew was struggling to get a log set so he could shove it into place with the 'dozer.
If it's directed to knock over some little house loved by generations, that's no fault of the dozer.The Trial of Callista Blake
No boisterous arguments from snuff-taking sexagenarians: all is placid —Eden-like—just as a dozer's sanctorum ought to be!
Uvar Ivanovitch was reposing in the attic on a wide and comfortable divan, known as a 'samo-son' or 'dozer.'On the Eve
- mainly US short for bulldozer
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