deserter[ dih-zurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deserter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESERTER
Upon the line of baseness,—the deserter is placed next to the traitor.
I shall remain where I am; I may as well be shot as a deserter.
There was nothing of importance to be done, but he felt a little like a deserter, nevertheless.
I, who owed my commission to his noble name, was a republican, a deserter!
Indeed, I had only to say anywhere I was a deserter, and every one was kind to me.
Or is he the deserter from a camp, where his treason may sow disaffection?
You're a coward and a deserter, and the South don't need you!
He's a coward and a deserter and a drunkard and a frightener of women!
Only the straggler or deserter has as few marks as you to show.
Gabriel Faa, besides being a gipsy, was a vagrant and a deserter.