Definition of intruder in English:

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Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtruːdə/


A person who intrudes, especially into a building with criminal intent: the intruder had pulled out drawers and dumped their contents on the floor
More 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.

Words that rhyme with intruder

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

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