- Contraction of with + your (Wiktionary)
“Andrzej Sapkowski is apparently the biggest fantasy author in his native Poland, best-known for his character Geralt, a 'witcher' who tracks down and eliminates monsters for cash.”
“--- In his role as a guardian of the innocent, Geralt, the witcher from Rivia, meets incestuous kings with undead daughters, vengeful djinns, rancorous maidens, shrieking harpies, love-lorn vampires and despondent ghouls.”
“He is a witcher; his sorcerous powers, enhanced by elixirs and long years of training, have made him a brilliant fighter and a merciless assassin.”
“But all his witcher stories are usually very short, several of them usually make a book and there is only one than can fill a whole novel, and that is Blood of Elves.”
“The question is if Blood of Elves and the witcher Geralt are really the best choice for the David Gemmell Award.”
“The witcher, the magician and the "child of destiny" in a triangle of adventure, fate and intrigue with the big picture glimpsed in the background and machinations of the powerful on both sides.”
“The toadlike witcher, Quill, ad come to see him when he arrived in Cambridge last night, reminding him that it was his duty to uphold the law -- as if John Adams needed prompting in his duty from the likes of Quill.”
“What do you do," asked Hezekiah, "when the witcher calls you to the stand?”
“At once a murmur went up -- who was the stranger, and how did he dare to go so close to where the witcher was running the witches to wear them down and get a full confession out of them?”
“Don't let them rest!" the witcher cried frantically.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘witcher’.
Mostly, the cant words come from my reprint of Francis Grose's 1785 dictionary of 'The Vulgar Tongue', while the more modern slang has been found at various online sources, e.g. this online diction...
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