[ UK /ʃˈɒkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɑkɝ/ ]
  1. a shockingly bad person
  2. a sensational message (in a film or play or novel)
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How To Use shocker In A Sentence

  • This film may be a shocker, but as well as being very sexy it's also pretty funny at times.
  • The solutions to the few mysteries in it are not big shockers.
  • It was nothing more than 5 to 10-bar sustained cacophonous triads with some crescendi and decrescendi and an occasional tri-tone shocker. NPR Topics: News
  • At the other end of the spectrum, there are some shockers, horrors and a couple of real nightmares.
  • He had a shocker of a game and I had to watch my tongue for fear of saying something I might later regret!
  • The shocker, however, was the big jump in problem loans from a bank with ‘a squeaky clean reputation for managing credit risk.’
  • Or, shocker, you've decided to change your diet to one that some people see as more healthful.
  • His latest movie is a shocker but it's also hilariously funny at times.
  • It's the latest shocker in a romance that was full of surprises right from the start.
  • You don't pays your money, and takes your compo if it turns out to be a shocker. Arsenal's ticket gesture to fans misplaced – leave us to our misery | Marina Hyde
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