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Synonyms for saboteur

Synonyms for saboteur

someone who commits sabotage or deliberately causes wrecks

a member of a clandestine subversive organization who tries to help a potential invader

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Meticulously researched (among Kix's resources was La Rochefoucauld's 2002 memoir), The Saboteur is a work of nonfiction every bit as compelling as the best fictional thriller.
I would have preferred a chair with a back but then again, I'm not in Saboteur's target demographic.
* The "I-dont-have-time" saboteur. The combination of work, family and social commitments makes this one of the most popular saboteurs.
Chairman All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) Syed Pervez Musharraf in a statement here Tuesday said that saboteurs and their sympathizer got no place in party and they will face termination of their basic memberships.
The take-away for today's safety professional or business owner is to open up those closets, review housekeeping, and review procedures for oily waste and accumulation areas before becoming the victim of the careless saboteur.
Addressing a press conference, CCPO Quetta disclosed that following the successful investigation into different acts of saboteurs, police team arrested the VBIED making expert miscreant who had confessed to have committed dozens of explosions which caused killing of many people, besides leaving many injured and causing damage to national installations.
Tim Bonner, director of campaigns at the Countryside Alliance, said the saboteur movement is not what it once was.
This master saboteur finds fault with self, with others and with circumstances, and is the source of all guilt, regret, shame and disappointment.
They employ local ruffians to sabotage the saboteurs - kind of hunt saboteur saboteurs.
Saboteur. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, written by Peter Viertel, Joan Harrison, and Dorothy Parker, starring Robert Cummings, Priscilla Lane, Norman Lloyd, Otto Kruger, and Vaughan Glaser, 1942, 108 minutes, black and white, not rated.
The saboteur or saboteurs have vandalised four aircraft belonging to the airline since 2003.
Partly because of this encounter--which brought to the attention of the American military Birch's unusual talents with the language and culture--the young missionary soon became a soldier, spy, saboteur, and liaison with Chinese rebel forces.
According to the saboteur group, the fox discovered hanging from the sign on New Year's Day was reported to North Wales Police, but it appeared no action was taken by officers other than a request to the local authority to remove the animal.
A FURIOUS farmer was filmed ramming a fox hunt saboteur with his quad bike as tensions boiled over in the countryside.