In fact the exploiter himself is a transition type between the farmer and the husbandman.
He is regarded not as the "exploiter," the man grown fat on the labour of others.
Will you, to control the exploiter, be obliged to control all men, even in detail?
He is a pure example of the weakness of the exploiter economy.
At any rate, he did not hesitate to exploiter them most unconscionably.
What is it that keeps the average workingman in subjection to the exploiter?
Our merchant is an exploiter and uses his capital for that purpose.
He was quietly dressed, as an exploiter of the masses or a mechanic.
Before leaving the exploiter it is to be said he also has his church.
This talk of "legitimate expansion" is indeed now only an exploiter's cant.
late 14c., "outcome of an action," from Old French esploit (12c.), a very common word, used in senses of "action, deed, profit, achievement," from Latin explicitum "a thing settled, ended, displayed," neuter of explicitus, past participle of explicare "unfold" (see explicit).
Meaning "feat, achievement" is c.1400. Sense evolution is from "unfolding" to "bringing out" to "having advantage" to "achievement." Related: Exploits.
c.1400 espleiten, esploiten "to accomplish, achieve, fulfill," from Old French esploitier, espleiter, from esploit (see exploit (n.)).
The sense of "use selfishly" first recorded 1838, from French, perhaps extended from use of the word with reference to mines, etc. (cf. exploitation). Related: Exploited; exploiting. As an adjective form, exploitative (1882) is from French; exploitive (by 1859) appears to be a native formation.