A kitchen utensil for mashing vegetables or fruit.
One that mashes.
Webster's New World
A man who habitually makes aggressive, unwelcome sexual advances to women.
- woman chaser
Other Word Forms of Masher
Origin of Masher
Either by analogy with masher (“one who presses, softens"), or more likely from Romani masha (“a fascinator, an enticer"), mashdva (“fascination, enticement"). Originally used in theater, and recorded in US in 1870s. Either originally borrowed as masher, from masha, or from mash +"Ž -er. Leland writes of the etymology:
mash +"Ž -er
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