But then the killer question: what do we do with all the English majors?
In fact, he did sniff out the killer in Dexter... and he liked it.
And a commute through heavy traffic or even a long one is just a killer.
More should have been expected from the teenager who wore a shirt emblazoned with “killer” at his sentencing.
In 1979, 12 liberal Democrats had already been nicknamed the “ killer Bees” for frequently blocking legislation.
But the killer, restlessly turning, saw him—and Kenneth Torrance winced and cried out.
In this world the killer can command, as his fetich, the soul of the killed.
But the resemblance to my killer ended with her dress and body.
The priest's voice softened and he patted the killer's shoulder.
Meanin' Little Jim won't have to grow up knowin' that his father was a killer.
late 15c., agent noun from kill (v.). But a surname, Ric[hard] Le Kyller is attested from 1288. Figurative use from 1550s. Meaning "impressive person or thing" is by 1900 (as an adjective, 1979); reduplicated form killer-diller attested by 1938. Killer whale is from 1725; killer instinct is attested from 1931, originally in boxing.
(also killer-diller): not only was it a killer version/ The killer idea of the century is about to be laid on you (1970s+)