Definitions

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  • n. One who undermines.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who undermines.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who undermines, saps, or excavates. Figuratively, one who clandestinely subverts or injures; one who secretly overthrows; a secret enemy: as, an underminer of the church.

Etymologies

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undermine +‎ -er

Examples

  • The family was fine in the end with no real conflict (the underminer is no exception).

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  • If the Labour party get some balls and boot out the manipulating scheming, control freak “Idiot” CAUSE of this problem, the underminer of the police force, then we just may see a U turn, and a return to a degree of sense and sanity.

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  • When the scheming underminer, King Saul, gives David the assignment of — yikes! — bringing back the foreskins of 100 Philistines, the future Jewish monarch does not merely meet the gruesome target number.

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  • Blame, as always, digital media — underminer of newspapers, magazines, music, movies, and television — for eroding our traditional notions of celebrity.

    Fallen Stars

  • Yes, she is a destroyer of freedom of speech and freedom of religion, and an underminer of justice.

    Ezra Levant: June 2008 Archives

  • Some people think that anyone who disagrees with the American invasion and occupation of Iraq is either a bleeding-heart liberal appeaser, a George W. Bush hater, a blame America firster, an underminer of the troops, a traitor, or a geopolitical naif.

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  • The most proficient stuffer and underminer of those who don't agree with him ever to grace the unholy Portals of Conservative Central office.

    Iain Dale: Doughty Street's Goose is Cooked

  • But then again – hubris makes men believe they are immune to normal cause and effects – hubris is the underminer of the very egos it inflates

    Think Progress » Indictment Dissected: A Campaign Against Wilson

  • • As most of us have long suspected, the man who told Novak about Valerie Plame was Richard Armitage, Colin Powell's deputy at the State Department and, with his boss, an assiduous underminer of the president's war policy.

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  • Maduna, the man entrusted with protecting the Constitution, should become its chief "underminer and undertaker", Democratic Alliance leader Tony Leon said on Wednesday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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