[ US /ˌsæbəˈtɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˌæbətˈɜː/ ]
  1. someone who commits sabotage or deliberately causes wrecks
  2. a member of a clandestine subversive organization who tries to help a potential invader
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How To Use saboteur In A Sentence

  • Anyone with a foreign accent, including refugee children, were labelled as potential saboteurs.
  • For the rest of the hunting season, the saboteurs will play a cat and mouse game with the huntsmen.
  • It tells of a plan in which a plane from a specially equipped submarine would spray San Diego and saboteurs were to land secretly to poison California's water supply.
  • There are ways for us to fight the office food demons - both food and people a.k.a. saboteurs (listed below) - but there is abigger problem at play here. Janice Taylor: The Obese Office: 39.3 Million Workdays Lost
  • During World War 2, a team of would-be German saboteurs landed in Montauk, and were detected but not apprehended by a coast guard sentry, only to fail in their missions, absorbed into society at large. Michael Vazquez: Warhol Factory Auteur Paul Morrissey Premieres News From Nowhere In-Person at Lincoln Center Tonight
  • And although his commitment to fox-hunting seems repellent from this vantage point, his espousal of organic farming is a much more meaningful commitment to animal welfare than any hunt saboteur ever made.
  • The saboteurs, uncrushed, will try to turn my rightness into wrongness. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, the Saboteur mutator turns a solitaire puzzle into a three-player game.
  • Anyone with a foreign accent, including refugee children, were labelled as potential saboteurs.
  • His office is on the speed dial of cities, states and airports swarmed by winged saboteurs, especially the Canada geese, European starlings and European rock pigeons that perch atop the current ornithological terror list. Bird hit man loves his human-life-saving job
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