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Definition of "dobber" [dob•ber]

  • A tool used to play bingo; a dauber. (noun)
  • A member of the working class in Scotland who is seen as undereducated, with poor taste, especially in clothes, and poor social skills. Closely related to the English chav. (noun)
  • One who dobs (informs against or implicates to authority). (noun)
  • Any small electronic device that plugs directly into a larger one, such as a wireless scoring system in fencing or a USB mass storage device. (noun)
  • A large marble. (noun)

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Use "dobber" in a sentence
  • "Nearly 60,000 people contacted the Tax Office to accuse someone of fraud in 2008-09, suggesting the only thing Australians hate more than a dobber is a cheat."
  • "Nearly 60,000 people contacted the tax office to accuse someone of fraud in 2008-09, suggesting the only thing Australians hate more than a dobber is a cheat."
  • "Coleman turned down the next aisle and over his shoulder said, Keep your dobber up."
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