Definition of chastiser in English:

chastiser

noun

  • See chastise

    • ‘There will be no money to pay the monitors, record-keepers, chastisers - there will be no one to answer to, except on paper.’
    • ‘Specific verses are cited to illustrate the various roles of angels, including but not limited to: protectors, warriors, chastisers, encouragers, predictors of the future and instructors, always fulfilling the word of God.’
    • ‘Dr. Ernst Fehr of the University of Zurich and colleagues recently presented findings on the importance of punishment in maintaining cooperative behavior among humans and the willingness of people to punish those who commit crimes or violate norms, even when the chastisers take risks and gain nothing themselves while serving as ad hoc police.’

Pronunciation

chastiser

/tʃaˈstʌɪzə/