Definition of name-caller in English:



See name-calling

‘And then the question will be whether the name-callers have any real ideas below the invective.’
  • ‘The truly liberal policy - as opposed to that of the name-callers who refuse even to countenance debate on this matter - is not to ignore such preaching in the name of multi-culturalism but to treat it with the severity it demands.’
  • ‘He recalled with anger that his five-year-old daughter was taunted by name-callers.’
  • ‘I hadn't done anything wrong, but I was called up to the office and I was thrashed from head to toe with a cane, only because this boy had said I was the main name-caller.’