- a wombat.
- bandicoot (def. 2).
verb (used with object)
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Origin of badger
OTHER WORDS FROM badgerun·badg·ered, adjectiveun·badg·er·ing, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for badger
Throughout the 1970s Carter badgered the NATO allies to rearm.Carter in Oscarland: The Rehabilitation of the 39th President|Douglas Brinkley|February 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But we saw the same philosophy on North Korea, where he badgered the Bush administration to be tougher.
He had been badgered and baited to such an extent (as he thought) that he had not time to consider if it was wise or not.Miss Marjoribanks|Mrs (Margaret) Oliphant
Mr Barnacle dated from a better time, when the country was not so parsimonious and the Circumlocution Office was not so badgered.Little Dorrit|Charles Dickens
He was not a man to be badgered by an anonymous writer in a newspaper.The Memories of Fifty Years|William H. Sparks
He badgered Padraig in the hope of making him tell where he had found them, but Padraig would not.Masters of the Guild|L. Lamprey
Catch her bothering herself again just to be badgered for it after!