a person or thing that chases or pursues.
a drink of a milder beverage taken after a drink of liquor.
Also called chase gun . (on a vessel) a gun especially for use when in chase or when being chased.
Chiefly British. the final act or musical number of a vaudeville or variety show.
the music played as the audience leaves a theater.
Other definitions for chaser (2 of 3)
a tool with multiple teeth for cutting screw threads.
How to use chaser in a sentence
Chicago provides crime reporters and amateur scanner-chasers with more grit and brutality than they can handle combined.
Like storm chasers, Alaskan crabbers, and catfish noodlers, foragers come with their own sets of customs and rules.
Except for a few storm chasers, who rushed straight toward the vortex.
But unlike some chasers, he would never drive into the eye of the storm.
But now you're saying that we're basically putting the ambulance chasers out of business?
Cling for happiness-sake to the strong company of the Maruts, the chasers of the sky, the powerful, the impetuous.Sacred Books of the East | Various
Positive fix by all three chasers within 200 yards of the 208, which immediately attacked with two stern charges and Y gun.
Chasers re-formed in original chase formation and got fix distance 400 yards.
No definite fixes were obtained, but all chasers heard submarine running with apparent difficulty at about 310.
I ordered Ramrod to clap a charge of grape into one of the bow-chasers and let drive at the first object that came in sight.The Portland Sketch Book | Various
British Dictionary definitions for chaser (1 of 2)
a person or thing that chases
a drink drunk after another of a different kind, as beer after spirits
a cannon on a vessel situated either at the bow (bow chaser) or the stern (stern chaser) and used during pursuit by or of another vessel
British Dictionary definitions for chaser (2 of 2)
a person who engraves
a lathe cutting tool for accurately finishing a screw thread, having a cutting edge consisting of several repetitions of the thread form
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