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Old April 18th, 2022, 11:14 AM
John Barrs
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Default [Dixonary] Rnd 3235 BADGER Results

A BADGER was a person who bought food in one village, put it in a bag and
took it to another village and sold it - definition #8 which 4 people
voted for. Neck and Neck until the last vote which put Paul K one vote
ahead of Muke S so Paul is the next Dealer and Mike da winnah

Over to Paul


1 one who quibbles over trivia from Judy M who voted for 7, 8*

received votes from Shani N score 3*

2 *Brit.* In full: *blue-badger. *The holder of a blue badge, a permit
issued by local government to occupy on-street parking-spaces reserved for
the disabled, to park on yellow lines, and free of charge at parking
meters; a vehicle so parked from Paul K who voted for 4, 8*

received votes from Tim B, Mike S, Efrem M, Tony A score 6*

3 n. *Informal* one who wears a badge for part of his or her work. At the
airport, the security guard was seen hanging out with the other badgers in
the coffee shop from Joe L Who didn’t vote

score 0

4 a defensive construction of sharpened sticks embedded in the ground at an
angle, intended to fend off a cavalry charge z from Efrem M who voted for
2, 10

received votes from Tim L, Dan W. Paul K, Tony A score 4

5 a person who collects badges from Tim L who voted for 4, 9

score 0

6 in medieval warfare, a soldier owing permanent allegiance to a lord (and
wearing his badge), not a mercenary from Tim B who voted for 2, 9

received votes from Dan W score 1

7 a stranger hired to impersonate friends, family members or other
acquaintances, as a way to save face at social functions where plus-ones
are expected from Dan W who voted for 4, 6

received votes from Judy M, Shani N score 2

8 an archaic English term for a dealer in food from Wikipedia Who can’t

received votes from Debbi E, Judy M, Paul K, Mike S score me a D4

9 a single-masted fishing vessel of the Levant from Mike S who voted for 2,

received votes from Tim B, Debbie E, Tim L score 5*

10 Slang name for melaxuma, a disease of trees, especially walnuts,
characterized by black and white cankers which resemble a badger’s face from
Shani N who voted for 1, 7

received votes from Efrem M score 1

11 ** No Def-** from Debbie E who voted for 8*, 9 score 2*

12 ** No Def ** from Tony A who voted for 2, 4 score 0



Paul K


Mike S


Efrem M


Judy M


Debbie E


Dan W


Tim B


Shani N


Joe L


Tim L


Tony A


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