One that startles, shocks, or horrifies, as a sensational story or novel. (noun)
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Use "shocker" in a sentence
"England shocker is no longer a surpriseEngland had another of their humbling moments at Wembley on Tuesday, shocking the nation with their inability to even look like beating a fledgling football country with a population of just 670,000."
"Mize, 50, and Norman, 54, forever linked because of Mize's 140-foot chip-in shocker to beat Norman on the second playoff hole of the 1987 Masters, made early and sustained appearances on the white scoreboards — Mize with a 67 and Norman with a 70."
"The only shocker is how brazenly overt these people have become. gl, From Pittsburgh"