noun cod·ger \ˈkä-jər\

: an old man

Full Definition of CODGER

:  an often mildly eccentric and usually elderly fellow <old codger>

Examples of CODGER

  1. Her father is a feisty old codger.
  2. <just an old codger who never harmed anyone>

Origin of CODGER

probably alteration of cadger
First Known Use: 1756

Rhymes with CODGER


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