noun British Slang.
Origin of blighter
Examples from the Web for blighter
In which case, cruel to be kind, one simply stunned the blighter.The Girl on the Boat|Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
What I mean is, I can't understand why you should have married a blighter like me.Indiscretions of Archie|P. G. Wodehouse
"Only fair to give the—well, blighter a sporting chance," he explained to Professor Bernardi.Collector's Item|Evelyn E. Smith
Yes, I cocked one off the splice in the gully and the blighter gathered it.
"I don't want the blighter fer a reglar customer," says the fruiterer.
noun British informal
1822, "thing which blights," agent noun from blight (v.). British colloquial sense of "contemptible person" (often jocular) is recorded from 1896.