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How to use interloper in a sentence
Yan is a fan of stories where interlopers disrupt stable relationships — among her screenplay credits is an adaptation of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses.”Geling Yan’s twisty thriller ‘The Secret Talker’ begins with a creepy but alluring text | Mark Athitakis | May 28, 2021 | Washington Post
Ages of stars left behind by the galactic interloper are a bit younger or on par with stars in the Milky Way’s main disk, researchers report May 17 in Nature Astronomy.The Milky Way may have grown up faster than astronomers suspected | Lisa Grossman | May 17, 2021 | Science News
On the other hand, if the oldest stars are about the same age or older than the stars from the galactic interloper, then our galaxy was probably pretty well developed at the time of the run-in.The Milky Way may have grown up faster than astronomers suspected | Lisa Grossman | May 17, 2021 | Science News
The one exception is He, who gets a few chapters as an unwelcome interloper.
Outside of the United States, the tech giants have to deal with the fact that they are often seen as foreign interlopers.Australia wants Facebook and Google to pay for news on their sites. Other countries think it’s a good idea too | Gerrit De Vynck | February 19, 2021 | Washington Post
Swift is no pop interloper; this brand of tuneage has been in her all along.Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’: Country’s Prodigal Daughter Creates the Best Pop Album of the Year | Marlow Stern | October 25, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In LA, Don is an outsider; a Madison Avenue interloper; an encumbrance.What's Happened to Don Draper? Why Everyone’s Favorite ‘Mad Men’ Stud Needs His Mojo Back | Lizzie Crocker | April 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
When a talentless interloper (Domhnall Gleeson) joins the group, their dynamic slowly dissipates.The Best of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival: ‘Frank,’ ‘Web Junkie,’ Anna Kendrick, and More | Marlow Stern | January 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Eloy may have been an interloper in the catwalk world, but Galliano's idiosyncratic creative ethic is what lured him in.
Are you afraid of being thought of as an interloper—a young, left-wing woman from Britain writing about American business?
How should he rid himself of this rival, this obstacle in the way of his well-laid plans, this interloper into his caravan?Overland | John William De Forest
The high-spirited North Italians resent such intrusion, and some of them threaten to cut to pieces the interloper.The Old World in the New | Edward Alsworth Ross
She must have her standing from the very beginning, and she fancied Elizabeth was inclined to consider her a sort of interloper.A Little Girl in Old Salem | Amanda Minnie Douglas
How could the pretty young mother know that this grizzled interloper was the child of whom she was in search?The Little White Bird | J. M. Barrie
Why should he be called upon to endure that interloper always in sight,—never to feel master in his own house?A Country Gentleman and his Family | Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
British Dictionary definitions for interloper
a person who introduces himself into professional or social circles where he does not belong
a person who interferes in matters that are not his concern
a person who trades unlawfully
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