I told him I'm not a smotherer, I'm more of a stab in the eye person. From Wordnik.com. [miss-k2 Diary Entry] Reference
But horror thwarts most of my druthers like a mother lovin' druthers smotherer. From Wordnik.com. [31 Screams: Olga Bisera] Reference
He wants you to die, you smotherer of pleasure, you denier of life, you withholder of joy. From Wordnik.com. [Irish Blogs] Reference
How dreary it is always to be cast as the smotherer of desire, the hard-faced purveyor of the word "no". From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph] Reference
He occupied the illustrious post of Slade Professor of art at Oxford when convocation voted to endow vivisection in the University and install Dr. Burdon Sanderson, the smotherer of dogs, in a laboratory set up for him. From Wordnik.com. [Great Testimony against scientific cruelty] Reference
Convocation preferred the blight of the coward Science to the cultivation of all that was beautiful, distinguished, humane, and brave; and they reaped as they had sown, they kept the dog smotherer and lost the radiant spirit and uplifting eloquence of the inspired seer. From Wordnik.com. [Great Testimony against scientific cruelty] Reference
OR, is he a hamster smotherer?. From Wordnik.com. [Propeller Most Popular Stories] Reference
Roberts insists she is not a smotherer. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com News] Reference
When the cruel smotherer is raised again. From Wordnik.com. [A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)] Reference
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