- a cunning trick. “DODGE, that homely but expressive phrase.”—Sir Hugh Cairns on the Reform Bill, 2nd March, 1859. _Anglo-Saxon_, DEOGIAN, to colour, to conceal. The TIDY DODGE, as it is called by street-folk, consists in dressing up a family clean and tidy, and parading in the streets to excite compassion and obtain alms.
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