Examples from the Web for saboteur
Over the course of a convincingly dreary London winter, a love triangle forms, with David in the role of underminer and saboteur.
"If we had the answers, we could find the saboteur," Gordon pointed out.The Scarlet Lake Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin
If there's a saboteur aboard—and I think there is—then the whole operation's in jeopardy.
Then it can be guessed what this saboteur will think and do.Space Platform|Murray Leinster
You are to turn it off, and to prevent the saboteur from stopping you.Where I Wasn't Going|Walt Richmond
The presence of a saboteur on the Aztec represented a bungle in his department.
British Dictionary definitions for saboteur
Word Origin for saboteur
Word Origin and History for saboteur
1912 (from 1909 as a French word in English), a borrowing of the French agent noun from sabotage (see sabotage (n.)).