- 1A person or thing that spoils something: it is a sad thing that so many so-called book lovers are book spoilersMore example sentences
- But then again, if you've never seen the original film or read the book, spoilers are the least of your problems.
- After all, so many people have read the books that spoilers aren't true spoilers.
- Put some space between the spoiler warning and the actual spoiler.
- 1.1(Especially in a political context) a person who obstructs or prevents an opponent’s success while having no chance of winning a contest themselves: he is perceived as a genuine factor in the presidential election, a certified political spoilerMore example sentences
- He won 301 votes in the Electoral College, to 191 for Humphrey and 46 for George Wallace, yet another Southern spoiler.
- 1.3A description of an important plot development in a television programme, film, etc. before it is shown to the public.More example sentences
- Either stop putting spoilers in your featurettes or plaster a huge spoiler warning at the beginning.
- A theatrical trailer in anamorphic widescreen features some spoilers.
- They're still putting warnings about spoiler in front of the interviews.
- 2.1A structure on a motor vehicle intended to improve roadholding when travelling at very high speeds.More example sentences
- So he removed the boot spoiler which was on the 7 - Series.
- Thankfully, the car is aerodynamically stable without the addition of an outrageous spoiler which has featured on some fast Fords in the past.
- There wasn't a spoiler or an alloy wheel in sight.
More definitions of spoilerDefinition of spoiler in:
- The US English dictionary