prodder
noun see prod I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • prod — verb (prods, prodding, prodded) 1》 poke with a finger, pointed object, etc. 2》 stimulate or persuade to do something. noun 1》 a poke. 2》 a stimulus or reminder. 3》 a pointed implement, typically discharging an electric current and used as a goad …   English new terms dictionary

  • prod — /prɒd / (say prod) verb (t) (prodded, prodding) 1. to poke or jab with something pointed: to prod an animal with a stick. 2. to seek to rouse or incite as if by poking: to prod his memory. 3. Colloquial (taboo) (of a man) to have sexual… …   Australian English dictionary

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