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  • noun Plural form of bodger.

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Examples

  • However, ask for some new hole bodgers for the office and they look at you gone out.

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  • It was most commonly used by the “bodgers”, itinerant woodworkers who made small components such as chair legs in the beech forests of the Chiltern Hills for use in the furniture industry.

    A wood turner’s workshop

  • It was most commonly used by the “bodgers”, itinerant woodworkers who made small components such as chair legs in the beech forests of the Chiltern Hills for use in the furniture industry.

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  • Its beech components were most likely turned by bodgers working out of doors on foot-treadle pole-lathes in the steep hangars of the Chilterns above High Wycombe.

    Wildwood

  • Its beech components were most likely turned by bodgers working out of doors on foot-treadle pole-lathes in the steep hangars of the Chilterns above High Wycombe.

    Wildwood

  • Junkyard Wars - a BBC/TLC show (there are both British and American versions) that puts two teams of bodgers against one another to try to build something out of the stuff found in a junkyard and then use that to compete in some challenge.

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  • One of the first things I remember about my time on the comic… At that time they were doing so many comics they had a general bodging department where there were maybe twenty artists, letterers and bodgers doing sound effects and what have you.

    28 Days of 2000 AD #9: Alan Grant Pt. 1

  • You know, we talk a lot about how badly the DMN bodgers things and how Belo generally sucks.

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  • _ Thus the bodgers bear away all, so that the poor artificer and labourer cannot make his provision in the markets, sith they will hardly nowadays sell by the bushel, nor break their measure; and so much the rather for that the buyer will look (as they say) for so much over measure in the bushel as the bodger will do in a quarter.

    Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series)

  • But what do I talk of these things, or desire the suppression of bodgers, being a minister?

    Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series)

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