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intervenor

or in·ter·ven·er

[ in-ter-vee-ner ]
/ ˌɪn tərˈvi nər /
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noun
a person who intervenes, especially in a lawsuit.
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Origin of intervenor

First recorded in 1615–25; intervene + -or2

OTHER WORDS FROM intervenor

non·in·ter·ven·er, nounnon·in·ter·ve·nor, noun
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