The skunk, on the contrary, is a poacher, a slaughterer for the mere sake of it.
He might have been the master of hounds, or the slaughterer of hecatombs of birds.
I am lying on the ground, close to the slaughterer, and not one detail escapes me.
We find the paralyser on the one hand and the slaughterer on the other.
"Well, you may take it from me that he's a slaughterer," said the horsebreaker.
Before I left I prepared myself for occupying a position among the Jews as a 'slaughterer' in connexion with the synagogue.
Heyman, Heinrich Wilhelm David, son of a shochet (slaughterer) in poor circumstances.
John burned with as real a military ardor as ever inflamed the breast of any slaughterer of his fellows.
Kemble translates bana "slaughterer," which implies brutality, and perhaps culpability.
Then the slaughterer said he would do as she wished; cut off the head, and nailed it fast under the dark gate.