The Collaborative International Dictionary
Husher \Hush"er\, n.
An usher. [Obs.]
Etymology 1 n. Someone who hushes, insisting on silence. Etymology 2
n. (obsolete form of usher English)
Usage examples of "husher".
A privacy shield promptly enveloped the cubicle in semidarkness, much as the husher insulated the sound within from the walkway beyond.