Definition of nudger in English:



See nudge

  • ‘Collingwood is the appointed nudger and nurdler, the buffer between the big strikers, but his batting at present is ordinary.’
  • ‘He is not a shuffler and nudger of the ball like many stumpers, but a classical batsman.’
  • ‘There was a golden age of British comedy in the blissful innocence of those Ealing summers before pipe smoking opinion nudgers decided that what had been made at the studio should be preserved forever in formaldehyde.’
  • ‘He was more of the nudger type, the one who works behind the scenes to make sure that things are going along fine and who steps in if there's a crisis.’