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Similar Words: butchers, butcherous, butcherly, butcherliness, butcherless, butcherings, butchering, butcheries, butcheress

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Example Sentences for butcher

Thompson kept one of the stores, while Cleveland was proprietor of the butcher shop.

Just how do I profit, please, if I butcher myself to make your Roman holiday?

In December following, he and another person robbed a butcher on horseback, on the road coming from Hampstead.

It was said, a few years ago, that a Plantagenet was a butcher in a suburb of London.

The market for butcher's meat is almost everywhere confined to the country which produces it.

The doctor's cabin was like a butcher's shop in these bird-catching times.

"Eat a butcher's shop full, if you like," replied Philip with contempt.

These were formerly no more to me than meat to a butcher's dog.

Small wonder was it that Santa Anna was often termed the Mexican butcher.

It is better that sixty men die than that The Butcher escape.

Word Origin & History of - butcher

    Word Origin & History

    butcher c.1300, from Anglo-Norm. boucher, from O.Fr. bochier "butcher, executioner," probably lit. "slaughterer of goats" (12c., Mod.Fr. boucher), from bouc "male goat," from Frank. *bukk (see buck (n.1)) or Celtic *bukkos "he-goat." Related: Butchered; butchering. Figurative sense of "brutal murderer" is attested from 1520s. The verb is recorded from 1560s.

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The Definition of - butcher (noun)

    noun
    1.
    a retail or wholesale dealer in meat.
    2.
    a person who slaughters certain animals, or who dresses the flesh of animals, fish, or poultry, for food or market.
    3.
    a person guilty of brutal or indiscriminate slaughter or murder.
    4.
    a vendor who hawks newspapers, candy, beverages, etc., as on a train, at a stadium, etc.
    verb (used with object)
    5.
    to slaughter or dress (animals, fish, or poultry) for market.
    6.
    to kill indiscriminately or brutally.
    7.
    to bungle; botch:
    to butcher a job.