Definitions

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  • noun One who infiltrates an organization or territory; an undercover or covert agent.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun someone who takes up a position surreptitiously for the purpose of espionage
  • noun an intruder (as troops) with hostile intent

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Examples

  • Haaretz reports: The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    Mya Guarnieri: Tens of Thousands of Palestinians Subject to Deportation Under New Israeli Military Order

  • Haaretz reports: The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    Tens of Thousands of Palestinians Subject to Deportation Under New Israeli Military Order

  • The order changes the definition of the term infiltrator, deeming anyone who lacks an Israeli-issued permit to be an infiltrator subject to automatic deportation or a lengthy jail sentence.

    Mya Guarnieri: Tens of Thousands of Palestinians Subject to Deportation Under New Israeli Military Order

  • The order changes the definition of the term infiltrator, deeming anyone who lacks an Israeli-issued permit to be an infiltrator subject to automatic deportation or a lengthy jail sentence.

    Tens of Thousands of Palestinians Subject to Deportation Under New Israeli Military Order

  • The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • "The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties [such as the United States] and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish,"

    AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (AJE)

  • The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • The order's language is both general and ambiguous, stipulating that the term infiltrator will also be applied to Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, citizens of countries with which Israel has friendly ties (such as the United States) and Israeli citizens, whether Arab or Jewish.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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