or su·per-dodg·er

[ soo-per-doj-er ]

  1. a person who possesses a specific genetic mutation that renders them completely resistant to a particular virus: Genetic studies of HIV superdodgers have provided researchers with invaluable information.

  2. anyone who, for unverified reasons, remains uninfected or asymptomatic even after repeated exposure to a contagious virus: In a household of six, everyone was very ill except for one, a 31-year-old superdodger who never had so much as a sniffle.

Origin of superdodger

First recorded in 2022

Words Nearby superdodger Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023