: a tractor-driven machine usually having a broad horizontal blade for moving earth : bulldozer sense 2
The sound of dozers droned in the distance.—Margo Sorenson … at times he was assigned to walk beside bulldozers and help guide them. Five people worked each dozer, he told me—the operator up in his cab, a person at either end of the blade, and two others at the sides.—John McPhee
: someone who dozes
One of parenting life's little ironies is that babies sleep even less well when they're over-tired. By all means, limit naps if you've a diehard day-time dozer on your hands, but always … make sure that you're not denying him the day-time sleep he really needs.—Helen Brown The readers read, the dozers dozed, the workaholic mother-to-be breathed hard over her keyboard.—Lindsley Cameron
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