interloper[ in-ter-loh-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF interloper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERLOPER
His eyes glowed steadily as he contemplated this interloper in his domain.
But I don't like the idea of having such an interloper here.
He looks on the other man as an interloper, and his priest encourages that view.
No sound was heard, and no demonstrations from the interloper were made.
He whirled to meet the expected onslaught of the interloper.
It did not occur to her that she had been the interloper, and had taken you away from me?
He was looked upon as an interloper who had come to take bread from their mouths.
What would he think to learn that she was an interloper at the parsonage?
But the interloper did not get on, for she was troubled by a hare that came nightly to her house.
The interloper boxes could make a row down the cleared side.