flasher flasher  /f ˈlæ ʃər/


  1. (n) someone with a compulsive desire to expose the genitals
  2. (n) an electrical device that automatically turns a lamp on and off (as for an advertising display)
  3. (n) a light that flashes on and off; used as a signal or to send messages



  1. The flasher attached to her phone was blinking, the sign that it was ringing.
  2. Michael Chellel, who played the flasher in the NBC comedy special Just for Laughs, has a new act in Hollywood.
  3. Franklin Roosevelt is a liberal aristocrat, estate-owner, stamp-collector, smile-flasher, compleat angler, statesman both in profession and profile.


  1. North Dakota Dairy Princess named

    BISMARCK - Susan Hintz, 17, of Flasher, daughter of Bob and Debbie Hintz, was crowned North Dakota's 67th State Dairy Princess in a ceremony in Bismarck on Monday. The runner-up was Moriah Karey 19, of Manning. She is the daughter of Tom and Marietta Karey.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Fargo Forum

  2. Day Around The Bay: Cool Tattoo, Bro

    Today in Day Around the Bay: An interview with Lorelei Lee, the beauty and price of iOS7, flasher on the loose on Walnut Creek trail, a rad Oakland tattoo, and more. [ more › ]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: SFist


  1. Mr Whitehouse said: "It was unclear what he [Pedro] had done. But it was implied that he was a peeping tom or a flasher, or something even worse."
    on Jul 25, 2007 By: Paul Whitehouse Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "When I was about 14 I saw Andy Warhol's Trash (in which Woodlawn starred) in a cinema on London Road," Johnson says. "It was a bit of a flasher mac men's cinema so I don't know how I got in at age 14. But I think I went on about it a bit too...
    on Oct 9, 2008 By: Holly Johnson Source: Liverpool Daily Post

  3. "It will be interesting to see how [Kyiv mayor Leonid] Chernovetskiy paints the railroad station for illegal driving with his flasher on, but I am afraid that his deputy will give him a paper showing that he has already done it," Lutsenko said.
    on Oct 8, 2008 By: Yuriy Lutsenko Source: Kyiv Post

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