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dogger

(ˈdɒɡə)
n
(Nautical Terms) a Dutch fishing vessel with two masts
[C14: probably from Middle Dutch dogge trawler]

dogger

(ˈdɒɡə)
n
(Geological Science) a large concretion of consolidated material occurring in certain sedimentary rocks
[C17: of uncertain origin]

dogger

(ˈdɒɡə)
n
(Hunting) Austral a hunter of dingoes
[C20: from dog (see sense 2a) + -er1]

Dogger

n
(Geological Science) geology a formation of mid-Jurassic rocks in N England
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On the second night she shifted her ballast into the lee bow, and by that time we had been blown off somewhere on the Dogger Bank.
com A POPULAR Conwy beach car park has become increasingly popular with doggers it has emerged - just weeks after police announced a crackdown at another site popular with voyeurs.
Furious locals say dirty doggers are leaving condoms and knickers in the undergrowth.
Doggers also meet opposite a busy South Wales hospital, according to a listing on the site.
People living near the old Afan Tinplate works off Bryntywod in Llangyfelach, Swansea say they are fed up with the doggers.
DODGY doggers dressed as fairies are creating a stink at the country seat of one of Britain's noblest families.
War Memorial Park is one of several locations suggested for doggers in Coventry and Warwickshire with land off Crackley Lane in Kenilworth, Ryton Pools Country Park and Oversley Wood near Alcester also earning a mention.
All types of doggers are present - single males and females, couples, gays, transvestites and transsexuals.
DOGGERS at a country park face a crackdown by mounted police.
Some pleasant daytime walkways and at dark a haven for doggers and pikers.
A PAIR of doggers caught having sex in a car park have lost a landmark legal bid to be taken off the sex offenders register.
On the afternoon of November 12, a 69-year-old South Daytona restaurateur Ralph Arruzza was walking from Long Doggers, his restaurant, to his truck behind the business.