Definition of razeteur in US English:

razeteur

(also razateur, razéteur)

noun

  • A person who competes in a razet; specifically a member of a competing team who attempts to snatch the rosette from between a bull's horns.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in Roy Campbell (1901–1957), poet and writer. From French razeteur from razet + -eur, after Occitan rasetaire.

Pronunciation

razeteur

/ˌrazəˈtəː/