- n. Plural form of invader.
“Mexico showing no willingness to come to the Nueces to drive the invaders from her soil, it became necessary for the invaders to approach to within a convenient distance to be struck.”
“Counting these "invaders" is clearly not the intent of the original census.”
“The American, patriotic feel of the original, rising up against the invaders, is still definitely there.”
“Which sounds really stupid but works really well; in particular, the battle against the wooden invaders is very vividly and memorably depicted.”
“Just wait until unemployment gets over 12 percent and see how popular the invaders from the south are amongst Americans.”
“Their greatest fight would be against invaders from the stars, and they would fight them not in the fields of Europe, but in the American heartland itself ...”
“All these elements, nevertheless, could not deter the ambitious invaders from the Central Plain that eventually managed to overcome these natural barriers and bring about the subjugation of Yunnan's historically non-Chinese peoples.”
“The worst part about shooting home invaders is having to get out of bed to grab the shotgun.”
“A man defending his home from invaders is not in the class of protected POWs.”
“Bed-mounted shotguns: The worst part about shooting home invaders is having to get out of bed to grab the shotgun.”
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