Definitions for "Spoiler"
A device attached to the wing of an airplane or other airfoil, which breaks the smooth flow of air during flight and decreases the lift of the airfoil; -- used to control the attitude of the airplane during banking or descent.
A device attached to a car to decrease lift and increase traction, usually shaped as a flat surface and attached above the rear of the car, and working on the same principal as the aircraft spoiler{3}.
An aerodynamic device, normally on the rear of the vehicle, that changes the direction of airflow in order to reduce lift aerodynamic drag. A spoiler either reduces drag or create a downward force on the car. It is called a spoiler because it "spoils" the normal air flow over the car.
Keywords:  surprise, darth, vader, luke, hasn't
Information about a game that someone who hasn't played it wouldn't know, particularly if knowing that information beforehand would affect their playing experience, 'spoiling' the game for them. Spoilers should be kept on the channel for the relevant game, in the spoiler room southeast of the lounge, or on the #spoilers channel (with due warning).
A message that will give away a surprise contained in a book, movie, television series or game.
A spoiler is either a comment or a picture that can help give away the location or surprise of a cache. The only person that should place a spoiler on a web site is the cache originator. When logging your cache finds on the internet, please try not to include information that might spoil the fun of finding the cache or surprise for someone else.
One who spoils; a plunderer; a pillager; a robber; a despoiler.
someone who takes spoils or plunder (as in war)
someone who pampers or spoils by excessive indulgence
a contemptuous term, as if anybody who dares to challenge the two party system
Stephanie Brown, a.k.a. Spoiler, was a DC Comics costumed hero, part of the "Batman Family". She first appeared in Detective Comics #647.
When a letterboxer—usually by accident or through ignorance—gives away information about a letterbox that was supposed to be kept secret. Especially common when locations to mystery boxes are released publicly. Spoilers are very frowned upon in the letterboxing world. What should be a secret should stay a secret.
a piece of information that comes out from a reputable source
a piece of information that gives away a secret
Keywords:  horrible, thing
a most horrible thing
Keywords:  useless, corrupts, mars, renders, one
One who corrupts, mars, or renders useless.
a convention used in Usenet articles to hide something that the author does not want people to see immediately, such as the answer to a riddle
Keywords:  dead
a dead give away
a candidate with no chance of winning but who may draw enough votes to prevent one of the leading candidates from winning
Keywords:  explanation, something, game
an explanation of something in the game
Keywords:  hinged, plate, small
a small, hinged plate
Keywords:  detailed, text, list, cards
a very detailed list of text on the cards