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interloper

Commerce a person who trades unlawfully
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In this particular instance the mean interloper held the road for some six weeks on end, establishing his particular administrative methods over the best part of the North Atlantic.
Nor would they have gotten off thus easily had Akut not been more concerned with the condition of the wounded Korak than with the fate of the girl upon whom he had always looked as more or less of an interloper and an unquestioned burden.
He had discovered the interloper. What right had man within this palace of the beasts?
I am no interloper. What can they have to say to me?"--"Well, sir," says he, with a smile, "if you think yourself secure you must take your chance; but take my advice, if you do not put to sea immediately, you will the very next tide be attacked by five longboats full of men, and perhaps if you are taken you will be hanged for a pirate, and the particulars be examined afterwards.
Prettyman) that, for the interests of the parish, he should know all that was to be known about this "interloper." Grimworth would have people coming from Botany Bay to settle in it, if things went on in this way.
Neat villas, trim gardens, shaven lawns, spires, and cupolas arise, while the poor savage soon finds himself an interloper in the country of his fathers, and that too on the very site of the hut where he was born.
Rosamond was more severely criticised and less pitied, though she too, as one of the good old Vincy family who had always been known in Middlemarch, was regarded as a victim to marriage with an interloper. The Vincys had their weaknesses, but then they lay on the surface: there was never anything bad to be "found out" concerning them.
Whether with intent to give battle to the interloper or merely impelled by curiosity, Ska rose suddenly upward to meet the plane.
The other was an interloper. He did not belong to Berande, and now that he was well and strong again it was time for him to go.
He concluded that they were meddlesome interlopers who instituted the suit to annoy the defendants, Nigerians and their constituents who voted them to represent them.
Sir Richard was paying tribute to those who had addressed the chamber, before being drowned out by the interlopers. But he was in no mood to entertain their demonstrations.
Four million people in Assam have been put on trial and described by the second most powerful man in India, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah as "ghuspetia" (interlopers) in a blood curdling speech in parliament.