from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which hisses.
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- n. someone who communicates disapproval by hissing
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Head on over to the Bronx Zoo's website to secure a hisser.
That leaves the Bug-Bee crew no time to mourn a fallen comrade or repair their collapsed headquarters, because the reincarnated AJ is readying his hisser army for its final, apocalyptic assault.
But here the hisser is not so safe, nor the hissee -- to coin a convenient word -- so defenceless.
" Domino shook him, though rather timidly, for he still clasped the weapon that she now called his -hisser.
Begone, then: take flight, thou venomous hisser, thou lying worm, thou begetter of vipers! "