Liquidator noun – (law) a person (usually appointed by a court of law) who liquidates assets or preserves them for the benefit of affected parties. Butcher and liquidator are semantically related in murderer of important person topic. You can use "Butcher" instead a noun "Liquidator". Nearby Words: liquidate, liquidation, liquidated, liquidating
After the success of Don Pendleton's The Executioner books, a flood of copycat vigilante justice series jumped onto the bandwagon, with names like "The Destroyer" (which lasted the longest), "The Butcher", "The Penetrator", "The Liquidator", etc.