use prodder in a sentence.
You will also be asked to become a critic (a biased one, none the less … who is not beneath taking bribes), a sound-board, a gentle (or not so) prodder, and an idea generator.
Being hyper-critical, he's probably still a bit of a hard-handed, away-from-body prodder in the corridor for Tests, but he's arguably the purest and most exhilirating shotmaker and, anyway, Colly has played 68 games with myriad technical 'flaws'.
Consider me security, in case something gets set off, like you shoving an electric cow prodder up his ass.
This is sleazy behavior by the activist groups; but the real goat here is Lithwick, a lawyer by training, who took the invitation to do an anything-goes dirty-him-up piece from an emailed press prodder.
By exporting audacious chefs, undervalued wines, plus the freshest oysters and tastiest lamb and beef to its neighbors to the north, Australia has proved itself a willing partner and prodder in Asia's great culinary leap forward.