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Etymology 1Edit

Agent noun formed from shit +‎ -er.

NounEdit

shitter ‎(plural shitters)

  1. (slang, vulgar) One who shits.
  2. (slang, vulgar) A toilet or lavatory; an outhouse.
    Hold on, I gotta use the shitter.
  3. (slang, vulgar, Britain) The anus.
    • 2006, Dominic Lavin, Last Seen in Bangkok (page 159)
      Dave commented on the statue that had grabbed the pair's attention when they'd arrived, saying how quaint it looked, then capped off his comment with, “D'you reckon that receptionist takes it up the shitter?”
  4. (slang, vulgar, derogatory) An objectionable person or thing.
    • 2010, D. W. Chisholm, The Italian School Teacher (page 35)
      Blood, guts, and hair were soon spread on the floor, and the dog was cut to pieces. Nat was muttering, “There, that'll teach you, you shitter,” as he sat down and looked at the bloodied remains of the animal.
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Etymology 2Edit

AdjectiveEdit

shitter

  1. comparative form of shit: more shit
    • c. 2003, James Skelly, quoted in Doug Levy, “Artist Spotlight: The Coral”, in CMJ New Music Report, ISSN 0890-0795, Volume 74, Number 797 (2003 January 20), page 21:
      Text sex is even shitter.
    • a. 2005, Simon Raven, quoted in Simon Raven and Chris Raven, Living the Linger, Samosir Books Limited (2005), ISBN 978-0-9548842-0-8, page 170:
      Even shitter!
    • 2005, Steve Morris, Pod and the Sexy Dream Club, Troubador Publishing Ltd, ISBN 978-1-904744-26-9, page 49:
      Our university may have been shit on University Challenge, and even shitter at any kind of sport, but for a good political bit of head kicking we were unbeatable.

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