verb (used with object), dodged, dodg·ing.
verb (used without object), dodged, dodg·ing.
Origin of dodge
Related formsout·dodge, verb (used with object), out·dodged, out·dodg·ing.un·dodged, adjective
Examples from the Web for dodged
Rosenberg dodged, saying he wished their book would have been available on Amazon earlier for pre-orders.Stephen Colbert Vs. ‘Schmidthead’: Google Chairman Faces Off With Comic Nemesis|Lloyd Grove|September 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While hawkish Republicans have pushed President Obama to launch air strikes, Paul has dodged the issue.
There he met outlaws, hustlers, hunters, and homesteaders, and dodged bullets and bowie knives.
And in a country rife with scandals, Poroshenko has dodged quite a few.Exclusive Interview: The ‘Chocolate King’ Who Might Save Ukraine|Anna Nemtsova|March 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He dodged scandal after scandal involving infidelity and his many children.A New Book Gives A Rare Glimpse Into The Life of Lucian Freud|Erin Cunningham|October 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In her extremity she saw the mouth of the alley, dodged in, and was safe.The Battle with the Slum|Jacob A. Riis.
The blow missed its full force, since Penny, seeing it coming, dodged so that it caught him on the side of the chin.Left Tackle Thayer|Ralph Henry Barbour
“It takes Fenn to please the girls,” retorted Ned, and he dodged to escape a blow Stumpy aimed at him.The Heroes of the School|Allen Chapman
After winning on Lauzanne Allis had dodged the admiring crowd of paddock regulars that followed her.Thoroughbreds|W. A. Fraser
Like a shadow Druce faded from his seat beside the girl and dodged behind a tree out of sight, but in hearing.Little Lost Sister|Virginia Brooks