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  • n. Plural form of edder.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See eddoes.


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  • But small-town op-edders are already salivating around the country to have the finished bill in front of them, so they can look at the trade-offs and decide for themselves, and they can intelligently discuss it, and they can beat these baggers back to weak tea.

    Matthew Yglesias » Hegemony and Deficit

  • Woe unto him (and a special, dismissive woe unto old-fashioned critics and op-edders) who attempts to make too much or too little out of the cultural juggernaut it has become.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • OP, where did you find the coupon ... upfront, register, tub, faucet? edders said: I "THINK" the codes are area phone codes as my area code is 419 Hot Deals

  • Be especially wary of Excel files which may contain malicious content. edders, add "Select Markets" to the end of the title Hot Deals

  • Not to be outdone by rival condescending op-edders, she breaks out the big guns today with a column that begins, "I grew up in the nation's capital, but I've never seen blacks and whites here intermingling as they have this week."


  • Nothing is funnier than watching an entire industry of pundits, writers, op-edders, think tankers, cable news invitees, foreign policy "experts" and bloggers pretend to know what the fuck they're talking about.

    The Agonist - thoughtful, global, timely


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