Dodge and Weasel


Dodge verb - To get or keep away from (as a responsibility) through cleverness or trickery.
Usage example: dodged the horde of paparazzi by leaving through the service entrance

Weasel and dodge are semantically related in avoid topic. In some cases you can use "Weasel" instead a verb "Dodge".

Nearby Words: dodged, dodger, dodging


Weasel verb - To avoid giving a definite answer or position.
Usage example: the polite guest chose to weasel rather than admit that he didn't like the meal
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Synonyms for Weasel

Dodge and weasel are semantically related in avoid topic. You can use "Dodge" instead a verb "Weasel".

How words are described

normal normal dodge normal weasel
obvious obvious dodge obvious weasel
actual actual dodge actual weasel
evil evil dodge evil weasel
Other adjectives: pathetic, harmless, least, literal.

Both words in one sentence

  • It isn't useful for Wild Weasel anti air defense suppression missions either, due to its inability to dodge missiles.
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