Examples from the Web for dodger
The latest Dodger superstar haul has obviously come at a very steep personal price for some caught in the crossfire.MLB’s Next Headache: Cartels, Gangsters, and Their Cuban Superstars|Peter C. Bjarkman|April 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Michael David got the call in the middle of a meeting at the Dodger Productions office at 1501 Broadway.New York’s Greatest Show Or How They Did Not Screw Up ‘Guys and Dolls’|Ross Wetzsteon|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And iconic Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda, for one, has his back.
“They would guard the Dodger name the way they guard the Disney name,” the story quotes an anonymous source saying.
Be honest, the birthers don't know a democratic revolutionary in Syria from a Los Angeles Dodger.
But she was soon to have trials of her own, which for the time being would make her forgetful of Dodger.
But what is going to happen to poor Dodger, the rightful heir?
“I suppose Curtis Waring brought me,” said Dodger, beginning to get his bearings.
Dodger and the reporter stood on deck, and with eager interest watched the passage through the Golden Gate.
At the bottom of the valise was an envelope, sealed, on which was inscribed the name: “Dodger.”
British Dictionary definitions for dodger
Word Origin and History for dodger
1560s, "one who dodges," in the literal or figurative (especially underworld) senses of dodge. The U.S. word meaning "corn cake" is recorded from 1831, perhaps a different word (cf. Northern English dialectal dodge "lump, large piece," 1560s).