Definition of ditcher in US English:

ditcher

noun

  • See ditch

    • ‘Because it was during school hours, the path to her house was generally empty; the ditchers usually hung out in alleys or ruins.’
    • ‘Jim is a two-time ditcher who flew 79 operations during the war as an air gunner - always on low-level flights.’
    • ‘You're no ditcher - you're a girl who ditched one time and feels terrible about it and won't make that mistake again.’
    • ‘If you weren't such a ditcher and going off to those parties and getting drunk, then mom wouldn't yell at you!’
    • ‘Farm implements, a hay rake and a horse-drawn ditcher, were nineteenth-century - no sign of millennial modernity here.’

Pronunciation

ditcher

/ˈdɪtʃər//ˈdiCHər/