dander dander


  1. (n) small scales from animal skins or hair or bird feathers that can cause allergic reactions in some people
  2. (n) a feeling of anger and animosity


  1. So forget pet dander and pollen.
  2. But then, Radio Free Limbaugh is designed to raise liberals' dander quotient.
  3. Dander and dung can apparently be brought under control -- although in each case the victory may not be worth the trouble.



  1. "We've got to let them know that our dander is up," Woolsey said. "We are not going to take it anymore."
    on Jun 6, 2008 By: James Woolsey Source: Forbes

  2. "Ach, there's lots to do in Brisbane, plenty to see, and the weather is good, so it's nice to go out for a dander," says Trimble. "Oh sorry, it means to take a walk."
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Andrew Trimble Source: Belfast Telegraph

  3. "I hope their dander is up," said Dallaire, recalling how some had suggested he should be held accountable for war crimes because he led the United Nations peacekeeping mission during the genocide in Rwanda more than a decade ago. "When...
    on Apr 19, 2007 By: Romeo Dallaire Source: Winnipeg Free Press

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