A driver who waves at you when she passes in the opposite direction. In rural areas where passing someone is infrequent, it is considered rude if she doesn't. You assume the driver must be a tourist, city person, or non-local. If not, see dwasshole.

You are much more likely to encounter a dwaver in the country than in the city.

Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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