Meaning of slaughterer in English:

slaughterer

Pronunciation /ˈslɔːtərə/

noun

See slaughter

‘This group contains our senseless killers and slaughterers.’
  • ‘‘Some bury them deep under the ground, but others may send the pigs to the underground slaughterers and then sell them in the market,’ Tian said.’
  • ‘There is the kill team, meeting one morning in foot-and-mouth infested Dumfries: a vet, two slaughterers and two labourers.’
  • ‘In addition, he said a number of new slaughterers were entering the market.’
  • ‘But the overriding concern of kosher slaughter isn't the pain of the animal; it's the humanity of the slaughterer.’