interloper

Part of speech: noun

An intruder.

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Usage examples "interloper":

  1. During the last two years, however, there had been enough of discussion about Mary Lawrie to convince Mrs Baggett that, in regard to this " interloper," as Mrs Baggett had once called her, Mr Whittlestaff intended to have his own way. - "An Old Man's Love", Anthony Trollope.
  2. Melrose surveyed him- the interloper! - "The Mating of Lydia", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
  3. She had disgraced Lady Bligh, Sir James, Alfred, Granville, all of them; in a public place, she, the interloper in the family, had brought down disgrace upon them all. - "A Bride from the Bush", E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung.