Pasher vs Dasher - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between pasher and dasher

is that pasher is (australia|and|new zealand|slang) one who pashes (snogs, kisses) while dasher is that which dashes or agitates.

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pasher

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (Australia, and, New Zealand, slang) One who pashes (snogs, kisses).
  • My boyfriend is such a good pasher!
  • * 2003 , , The Adventures of Barry Crocker: Bazza , page 76,
  • ‘And seeing you told me you?re such a good pasher , you can kiss me goodnight if you like.’
  • * 2005 , , Youse Two , unnumbered page,
  • Ms Fitzgibbon turned her attention back to the pashers , who had now separated. That didn?t last long. They were walking back to camp, holding hands.
  • * 2009 , Andrew Cox, ''Settling for It'', Tamara Sheward, Jenny Valentish (editors), ''Your Mother Would Be Proud: True Tales of Mayhem and Misadventure , Allen & Unwin, Australia, page 407,
  • Nevertheless, I was off and running and thereafter enjoyed a period as one of this country?s most promiscuous pashers . With a minimum of sweet-talk almost anyone could kiss me, I was so fucking easy.

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    dasher

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • That which dashes or agitates.
  • the dasher of a churn
  • (US) A dashboard or splashboard.
  • (archaic) One who makes an ostentatious parade.
  • See also

    * dash and dashing

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