Chaser Definition

chāsər
chasers
noun
chasers
A person or thing that chases or hunts; pursuer.
Webster's New World
One that chases or pursues another.
A chaser of criminals.
American Heritage
A gun formerly placed on the stern (stern chaser) or bow (bow chaser) of a ship, used during pursuit by or of another ship.
Webster's New World
A mild drink, as water, ginger ale, or beer, taken after or with whiskey, rum, etc.
Webster's New World
One that engraves or embosses metal.
Webster's New World
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Other Word Forms of Chaser

Noun

Singular:
chaser
Plural:
chasers

Origin of Chaser

  • From Old French chaceür, chaceor (French chasseur), from chacier (“to chase, hunt”); later senses from or influenced by chase +‎ -er.

    From Wiktionary

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