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Definition of "bodger" []

  • A woodworker in the traditional style characterised by the use of hand tools, a pole lathe and use of green timber. (noun)
  • One who works in a rough and ready, slipshod manner. (noun)

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Use "bodger" in a sentence
  • "While discussing the origins of the word bodger the other night, the Poor Sod noticed that I was preparing the Brussels sprouts he'd claimed to like."
  • "August 25th, 2009 5: 28 pm ET madam bodger, please get your head out of the toliet bowl and get some facts will you please. this is all false,. you are un american, those there to protect you by getting statements, you now spit in their faces, how could you. you are an awful awful, dirty person."
  • "We had a vision of working the woodland using the old-fashioned, traditional tools of the bodger: the shave horse, the pole lathe, a variety of axes and knives."