nounslang, humorous, derogatory, rare, historical
1An extremely devout or sanctimonious person, especially a preacher.
2A person who attends services of more than one Christian denomination, especially the Church of England and either a Nonconformist church or the Roman Catholic Church.
Late 18th century; earliest use found in James Lackington (1746–1815), bookseller and publisher. From devil + dodger.