spoil·er noun \ˈspȯi-lər\
a : one that spoils
b : one (as a political candidate) having little or no chance of winning but capable of depriving a rival of success
a : a long narrow plate along the upper surface of an airplane wing that may be raised for reducing lift and increasing drag — see airplane illustration
b : an air deflector on an automobile to reduce the tendency to lift off the road at high speeds
: information about the plot of a motion picture or TV program that can spoil a viewer's sense of surprise or suspense; also : a person who discloses such information
Examples of SPOILER
- The review contains a few spoilers, so don't read it if you haven't seen the movie.
First Known Use of SPOILER
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