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1.
To unexpectedly -- and spectacularly -- destroy your career in a single act so obviously wrong that having someone tell you "you should know better" would be blatantly redundant
Bob was on track to make regional manager until he spitzered himself
by Chip M. March 11, 2008
 
2.
To lay pipe on a prostitute. It can also refer to getting cockblocked by the police or the Feds while trying to lay pipe on a prostitute.
"I spitzered the hell out of this hooker last night."
OR "Right as I took off my pants, I got spitzered by some undercover cop"
by AfroJacks March 10, 2008
 
3.
Someone who advocates against what he is, does, or believes.
Hypocrite
We didn't have naked rituals when I joined the frat like you do now, so don't be a spitzer and stop picking on Richard.
by Bob Caron March 13, 2008
 
4.
A middle-aged man who prefers younger women - and not in a good way.

The opposite of a sleazier style of cougar.

"Can you believe how that old guy tried to hit on my girlfriend? What a spitzer!"

or

"You think she's a cougar? You should see my boss - he's a real spitzer!"

by Treasure Island April 05, 2008
 
5.
If one engages in a wrong activity, confident that one will not get caught, but the activity unexpectedly emerges to the surface and brings the downfall, one spitzers himself.
Johnny spitzered himself when his plagiarism he committed fifteen years ago was caught: he lost his tenure.
by John Casper-Schneider April 20, 2008
 
6.
A married, government official, who gets caught administering substantial amounts of money to have sex with a prostitute(s) over the course of many months/years well aware how wrong it is and the consequences.
I hope one day when I become governor of New York I do not become a spitzer, and if I do, I hope I do not have a coach sleezy happen to me.
 
7.
If one engages in a wrong activity, confident that one will not get caught, but the activity unexpectedly emerges to the surface and brings the downfall, one spitzers himself.

Johnny spitzered himself when his plagiarism he committed fifteen years ago was caught: he lost his tenure.
by Jean-Baptiste Eisenhower April 21, 2008