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Synonyms for dodge

Synonyms for dodge

Synonyms for dodge

an elaborate or deceitful scheme contrived to deceive or evade

a quick evasive movement

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a statement that evades the question by cleverness or trickery

make a sudden movement in a new direction so as to avoid

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move to and fro or from place to place usually in an irregular course

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avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues)

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Dodge graduated from Harvard in 1940 with a major in Fine Arts where his mentor was the renowned Renaissance art historian, Sydney Freedberg.
Dodge was keenly interested in what would happen to his own art collection and to his own creations.
By including all three, Dodge hoped to "suggest the tone of Ellington's music to those familiar with it.
5 Dodge to victory at Ontario Motor Speedway in the - ahem - Los Angeles Times 500.
The 1974 Dodge Charger was probably the best overall car we ever had,'' Petty said in a release.
From left, team owner Roger Penske and drivers Rusty Wallace and Ryan Newman unveil the Dodge Chargers they will use.
Half of the top-10 finishers were Dodges, including John Andretti in eighth and Sterling Marlin in 10th.
I never saw the 97 coming at all,'' said Wallace, in the Miller Lite Dodge owned by Roger Penske.
Dodge and Pontiac have been shut out, but that could change this year.
Add into the mix Mayfield, driving a Dodge for Ray Evernham, and the chances for a Dodge driver to win at California Speedway this Sunday become all the more likely.
Rocky and Sly and Lit'l Bit and Mello and Molly all vie for visitors attention, sniffing and nuzzling a newcomer or wrapping their elegant necks around their owner Mike Dodge in what Dodge playfully calls a ``horsie hug.
It's extraordinary that these horses should be so eager for human contact, given that humans have starved, beaten, whipped, tripped, and in some cases, come just to the brink of slaughtering them before Dodge and his wife, Christine, intervened.
They're probably the most forgiving of God's creatures,'' Dodge said, tickling old Buttercup's belly until the elderly equine stretched out her neck in unrestrained bliss.