dodger

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dodge +‎ -er.

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dodger (plural dodgers)

Dodger on a small sailing boat
  1. One who dodges.
  2. (nautical) A frame-supported canvas over the companionway (entrance) of a sailboat providing the on-deck crew partial cover from the splashes of the seas that break against the hull of the boat.

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