hedger hedger  /ˈhɛ dʒər/


  1. (n) a respondent who avoids giving a clear direct answer
  2. (n) someone who counterbalances one transaction (as a bet) against another in order to protect against loss
  3. (n) a gardener who takes care of and trims hedges



  • This is not to say that Gore is the only hedger in the race.


  • Up to Speed: Hedger Chassis Moves to Head of Class in SBS Division

    After a half dozen races, the top twenty drivers in the current championship standings sit behind the wheel of either a Hedger Racing Chassis or an FFB Chassis, with the Hedger gang currently holding the front five positions in the title hunt. Continue reading ? The post Up to Speed: Hedger Chassis Moves to Head of Class in SBS Division appeared first on Oswego County Today .
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Oswego County Today


  1. "Young people are seeing this as a land of opportunity," Nagin said, in ways such as investing in fixer-up or flooded houses or work - "If you can buy a lawn mower and a hedger, you can go out in this community and make some good money."
    on Aug 25, 2007 By: Ray Nagin Source: Shreveport Times

  2. "You've got to have a commodity market, because a producer has to have an opportunity to hedge when they feel like the risk is becoming too great for them," Pickens said. "For every hedger, you have to have a speculator."
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: T Boone Pickens Source: Bloomberg

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