Definition of abolisher in English:

abolisher

noun

See abolish

‘The Bad Guys were the European Union, the sexual liberals, the would-be abolishers of the pound and the Bureaucrats.’
  • ‘I suppose they did not think that, having been published before the deluge, it could have safely survived that world-wide calamity, the abolisher of all things.’
  • ‘But Ms Witheford, wary of having the ARM branded as abolishers of holidays, promised that when Australia became a republic the ARM would recommend a Republic Day holiday to be held on the anniversary of that frabjous day.’