Definition of badger
- a wombat.
- bandicoot (def. 2).
Origin of badger
OTHER WORDS FROM badgerun·badg·ered, adjectiveun·badg·er·ing, adjective
Words nearby badger
How to use badger in a sentence
From a 2009 study by colleagues, she knew that the trees depend on small mammals like foxes and badgers to spread their seeds.The curious case of an endangered wildcat and a disappearing fruit tree|April Reese|August 3, 2022|Popular-Science
Lynette Clark, a leader of the Alaskan Independence Party, said that she was encouraged by the news of out of the Badger State.
The video starts with a close up of Avril, who chants a couple of Japanese phrases with wide, black-lined badger eyes.Avril Lavigne’s Dumb ‘Hello Kitty’ Video Is Rife with Cultural Appropriation|Amy Zimmerman|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For Badger-backers, pure dread began to well in their collective stomachs.Was Aaron Harrison’s Game-Winning Three-Pointer ‘Clutch’?|Robert Silverman|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But I liked what they did with Elliott and Gretchen, the lasers with Badger and Skinny Pete.
The Wisconsin Badgers are piloted by Buckingham U. Badger, who goes by Bucky.
Marcus and Farringdon's pure badger, two shillings—gilt-edged badger half-a-crown.First Plays|A. A. Milne
You get some ladies together and badger them into all sorts of thoughtless, unmeant admissions and call that testimony!In the Onyx Lobby|Carolyn Wells
Festing braced himself in a vain attempt to hold them, for the trail was half covered with tall grass and broken by badger holes.The Girl From Keller's|Harold Bindloss
I gave Gibson the big ambling horse, ‘Badger,’ and we packed the big cob with a pair of water-bags that contained twenty gallons.
Gibson was now very sorry he had exchanged ‘Badger’ for the cob, as he found the latter very dull and heavy to get along.