invader[ in-veyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF invader
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVADER
It began to seem to her as if the invader might pack up her mother's treasures and walk off with them.
The granary alone, then, could be the shelter of the invader, whoever he might be.
Though he was himself an invader, he felt that the Burmans did no wrong in resisting him.
All agreed that the invader had chosen the period of his enterprise judiciously.
It was agreed by all that the invader would come in his car; there was no other way.
Not all have joined with the invader to herd the people into slave-yards.
The man was an invader, and in my eyes deserved an invader's doom.
Lincoln and the Highlander were in favor of diplomacy in dealing with the invader.
The attack was made by the invader, and was impetuous and unlooked for.
What if I tell her of it—tell her I am about to enter her native land as an invader?