Definition of Ravisher

1. Noun. Someone who assaults others sexually.

Exact synonyms: Debaucher, Violator
Generic synonyms: Debauchee, Libertine, Rounder
Derivative terms: Debauch, Ravish, Violate



2. Noun. A very attractive or seductive looking woman.
Exact synonyms: Beauty, Dish, Knockout, Looker, Lulu, Mantrap, Peach, Smasher, Stunner, Sweetheart
Generic synonyms: Adult Female, Woman
Derivative terms: Dishy, Stun

Definition of Ravisher

1. n. One who ravishes (in any sense).

Definition of Ravisher

1. Noun. One who ravishes. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ravisher

1. one that ravishes [n -S] - See also: ravishes

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ravisher

ravinements
ravines
raving
raving mad
ravingly
ravings
ravining
ravins
ravioli
ravioli code
raviolini
raviolis
raviolo
ravish
ravished
ravisher (current term)
ravishers
ravishes
ravishing
ravishingly
ravishments
ravisht
ravissant
ravuconazole
raw
raw(a)
raw beauty
raw data
raw deal

Literary usage of Ravisher

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1. The Poetical Works of John Dryden by John Dryden (1909)
"He lov'd the knight, But sovereign monarchs are the source of right: 70 Mov'd by the damsel's tears and common He doom'd the brutal ravisher to die. ..."

2. Curran and His Contemporaries by Charles Phillips (1850)
"where 1—in the power of an inexorable ravisher, and surrounded by his accomplices : she looked in every mean and guilty countenance ; she saw the base ..."

3. A General Abridgment and Digest of American Law: With Occasional Notes and by Nathan Dane (1824)
"... the ravisher, and so may her husband ; and in either, it is justifiable homicide. On the same measure of defence, and inflicting punishment, ..."

4. Roger of Wendover's Flowers of History: Comprising the History of England by Matthew Paris, Roger (1849)
"How this girl was released by a devil from a ravisher. After a few days, when this girl had been altogether freed from these attacks of the devil, ..."

5. Roger of Wendover's Flowers of History: Comprising the History of England by Roger, Matthew Paris (1849)
"How this girl was released by a devil from a ravisher. After a few days, when this girl had been altogether freed from these attacks of the devil, ..."

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