noun. ['ˈslæʃɝ'] someone who slashes another person.
Words that Rhyme with Slasher
Example sentences of the word slasher
1. Adjective, comparative
The sudden onset of lights may scare the slasher away.
2. Noun, singular or mass
1980s and 1990s horror were mostly low-budget slasher films.
3. Coordinating conjunction
• Chucky — The villain in the long-running Child's Play slasher film series
Since then, nothing says "slasher" like an old hockey mask.
Quotes containing the word slasher
1. I'm looking at some comedic horror films because I have often been accused of being too dark. I'm not dark, not compared with 'Saw' or anything like that. So I'm looking at live-action horror films, but not slasher ones - ones that have humor and maybe some social satire.
- Henry Selick
noun. ['ˈslæʃɝ'] a weapon (a sword or dagger) used for slashing.
- weapon system