Definition of ghoster in US English:

ghoster

noun

  • A person who ends a relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication.

    ‘how can ghosters not know what they are doing when they see the texts, emails, and voicemails piling up?’
    • ‘Ben is a self-confessed serial ghoster.’
    • ‘The ghoster probably experiences a great deal of guilt about suddenly ignoring a person that they really liked at one point.’
    • ‘The hardest part about being ghosted is the fact that you can't deal with the ghoster directly.’
    • ‘To all you would-be ghosters out there: if you can say hello, you can say goodbye.’
    • ‘Ghosters think they're exempt from all forms of texting etiquette and human decency.’
    • ‘Did the spurned person do something that offended the ghoster?’
    • ‘I understand that, for the ghoster, it's easier to just do nothing.’

Pronunciation

ghoster

/ˈɡōstər//ˈɡoʊstər/