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intruder

Syllabification: in·trud·er
Pronunciation: /inˈtro͞odər
 
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Definition of intruder in English:

noun

A person who intrudes, especially into a building with criminal intent.
Example sentences
  • That having been done, we know we are not dealing with a robber or an ordinary intruder, do we not?
  • The intruder, or intruders, then found the safe key and helped themselves to the cash within.
  • If any intruders were to come into the house at that particular time, I'd have whacked them.
Synonyms
trespasser, interloper, invader, infiltrator;

Words that rhyme with intruder

Barbuda, barracuda, Bermuda, brooder, Buxtehude, colluder, deluder, excluder, Judah, Luda, Neruda, obtruder, Tudor

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