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- n. One who litters.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a person who litters public places with refuse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who litters public places with refuse
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If no one finds these things and no one cares, then yeah, I'm a litterer.
On the other side are the superpowered pink-cheeked cardy wearing elderly ladies who can silence a noisy teenager with a well placed glare, and can reform a train platform litterer with merely a disapproving sniff.
In my world, there's a difference between a litterer and a murderer even though both have committed a crime.
To the co-worker, litter simply belonged to the litterer, not to the population as a whole.
If the original litterer didn't care about the money, there were plenty of people who did and who would pick up the bottle and turn it in for that $0.05.
When a litterer threw away a used soda or beer bottle, the litterer only lost $0.05, but it was a punishment that was consistent.
A litterer lost the $0.05 every time a bottle was carelessly discarded.
Then there would be the vast resources needed to catch and track every tax evader, litterer, etc.
Passing him, a man in a suit jacket looked back at the litterer with disapproval and picked up the pack himself and deposited it in a side area where trash was being collected.
That generated an "educational letter" to the litterer.