Definitions

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  • n. One who, or that which, nudges.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who nudges; someone who gives a gentle push

Etymologies

nudge +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • If the ultrasound is right and if the little nudger currently beating the crap out of my uterus is a boy, then I have to face this decision … to do or not to do?

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • If the ultrasound is right and if the little nudger currently beating the crap out of my uterus is a boy, then I have to face this decision...to do or not to do?

    The First Cut

  • So I believe that in 2029, when the Russian launch their nuclear asteroid-nudger, time will stop, and hiccup, and we'll all wake up in under Global French Dominion.

    Making Light: Snowpocalypse Part Next

  • So Condi is the “confirmer” there, a “nudger” on Plame, and who knows on the AIPAC front?

    Firedoglake » Image May Not Be Everything….

  • Me, his favourite testicle tickler, his cajones caresser, nut nudger, scrotum stroker.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • She slid her jeans off, I got the faint whiff of p*ss as she removed her knickers, she tried to give me a blowy but I managed to turn her round so that her gnashers were nowhere near my precious nudger, it was then she opened her legs.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I asked her if she wanted a drink, she smiled at me revealing two perfect front teeth and pegs where the rest of them should be, she apologised for not 'putting her teeth in' I laughed and said it didn't matter, I did however make a mental note that blow jobs were out of the question, that was a game of roullette I wasn't going to play, not with my nudger anyway.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Soon, I'll be going on holiday for a week, and I always like to have a notebook with me, to keep journal entries, record where I've been and generally use it as a memory nudger for when I get home!

    British Blogs

  • Japanese government bond yields are expected to nudger higher in the coming months on concerns about whether the

    WN.com - Articles related to China, Japan, South Korea to consider free trade pact

  • Taleb’s fundamental premise is that attempting to calculate exactly how one should ‘nudge’ a set of behaviors or an economy is likely only to make a fool of the nudger.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Further to Andrew Ferguson on Behavioral Economics

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