Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of intruder.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Our biological defence against intruders is based on the formation of antibodies, which recognize the enemy, the antigen, and disarm him by forming harmless complexes.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1987 - Presentation Speech

  • The real policy of Serb and Albanian should be to unite, and keep the foreign intruders from the Balkan Peninsula.

    High Albania

  • I might go hence, or might stay, as I thought fitting; but you and your daughter, whom she characterized as intruders, should not remain another hour within her house.

    Rookwood

  • That explains why thus far there were only very few intentional attacks on critical infrastructure industrial control systems that caused any damage, even when the intruders were able to break their way into the system.

    Haggai Carmon: A Cyber War Against Iran: Whodunit?

  • Instead, they try to barricade themselves in the house with a gun with the intelligent intention of fending off the violent intruders, which is probably what most of us would do in similar circumstances.

    THE STRANGERS | Obsessed With Film

  • With a beating heart she expected another visit, and when after an interval her chamber was again invaded, having first assured herself that the intruders were her mother and an attendant, she composed herself to feigned sleep.

    The Last Man

  • The leader of the intruders was a big, burly individual with a profound mustache and close-cropped red hair.

    Into the Thinking Kingdoms

  • Karal realized, as he serenely contemplated the notion of intruders turned into ice sculptures.

    Storm Breaking

  • This time the intruders were a massive force, and the Theiwar did not have the field to themselves.

    The Covenant of the Forge

  • We know the intruders are the bad guys but the Biedermans become culpable by their refusal to deal with the reality.

    All articles at Blogcritics

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