from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A liar
- n. A kidderminster (carpet)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A forestaller; a huckster.
- n. A fence of stakes in a river used as an obstruction to vessels; also, a series of stakes placed across a river for entangling fish.
This is the "kidder" who, when practicalities require him to call, leaves the voicemail: "Call me, you jerk," like he's talking to one of his best guy pals.
I thought Dutch was a kidder, but you've usurped his power!
You know what a kidder he is, of course, you've seen him on TV, O'Malley said.
Everybody likes a kidder but nobody loans him money.
You are a kidder Georgia and, therefore an electronic friend.
As previously discussed, any horrific gaffe on his part is explained away by the media as "Oh, John, what a kidder!"
What a kidder that darn Senator McCain (who I love more then embryonic stem cells) is!
Oh Paz, you're such a kidder ... just stop, this is no place for your silly antics, this is a serious subject of life and death. by
(Yes, my son, but don't kid a kidder: You didn't mean it.)
Oh Shnewer (one of the five about his explanation), you kidder!
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