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Definition of "dodd" [dodd]

  • To cut off, as wool from sheep's tails; to lop or clip off. (verb-transitive)
  • C(harles) H(arold). 1884–1973, British New Testament scholar. His works include The Parables of the Kingdom (1935) (noun)

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Use "dodd" in a sentence
  • "August 30th, 2009 3: 26 pm ET dodd is right kennedy wanted the american people to roll over and take it up the butt on health takeover but we didn't. sl kennedy was disappointed."
  • "I am personally disappointed in dodd and kennedy because as champions of nationalized health care they should have shown their loyalty to the cause by going to Canada or England for treatment."
  • "September 17th, 2009 2: 08 pm ET dodd is a sorry corrupt politician .... anybody, ,new blood ..."