American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that slashes.
- adj. Characterized by gory violence: slasher movies.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which slashes. Specifically— A cutting weapon, as a sword.
- n. An instrument or appliance of various kinds used in some slashing operation.
- n. In brickmaking, a piece of wrought-iron three feet in length, three inches wide, and three eighths of an inch thick, set in a handle about two and one half feet long and two inches in diameter, used to slash or cut through the clay in all directions with a view to detecting and picking out any small stones that may be found in it.
- n. A machine for sizing, drying, and finishing warp-yarns.
- n. The thrasher or fox-shark.
- n. One who slashes.
- n. informal, film A horror movie with graphic blood and violence.
- n. A machine for applying size to warp yarns.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Textile Manuf.) A machine for applying size to warp yarns.
- n. someone who slashes another person
- n. a weapon (a sword or dagger) used for slashing
“Known for bringing a panoply of sex and violence to the world's great opera houses, Mr. Bieito, 48 years old, is responsible for creating an operatic sub-genre that could be called "slasher Mozart," in which the beauty and grace of opera music is visually contrasted with a torrent of bodily fluids sprayed over a stage decorated with what looks like actual trash.”
“Michael Myers, to me, is the scariest of all the iconic killers in slasher films.”
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“Here in this part of Florida, the chosen artificial device is called a slasher.”
“I think there’s an excellent chance that one way he gets off is by going to look at what they call the slasher films.”
“There’s one who seems to be involved in slasher movies (disassociate, disassociate), and another who is involved in Green Party politics in Idaho.”
“This is a reality based horror movie of a serial killer on the loose and while it has the mystery side of a giallo film, it could just as easily be called a slasher film too, and a damn good one at that.”
“These little twinkles aside, the slasher is the only real selling point present.”
“Also: "Death Trike is a comic take on the slasher film, except the slasher is a tricycle.”
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