Definition of coddler in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkädlər/ /ˈkädl-ər/


See coddle

‘We should not allow corporate coddlers like these men to repackage themselves as born-again crusaders for reform.’
  • ‘If we do not, we allow our opponents to say we are coddlers of evil, allowing an oppressor to rule unchecked.’
  • ‘He painted a picture of a painful childhood with parents who were certainly not coddlers.’