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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsaboteursab‧o‧teur /ˌsæbəˈtɜː $ -ˈtɜːr/ noun [countable]  SPOILsomeone who deliberately damages, destroys, or spoils someone else’s property or activities, in order to prevent them from doing something The lorries were wrecked by saboteurs. hunt saboteur
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saboteurThe second possibility was that some fiendishly cunning saboteur was at work.As for whether it was hunt saboteurs or home-going Christmas drunks, the station will make all possible enquiries.Anyone with a foreign accent, including refugee children, were labelled as potential saboteurs.Hunt stewards are trying to force the saboteurs off private land on to a public footbath.Their solicitor told the court they only wanted to frighten the saboteur and they were sorry he'd been injured.For the rest of the hunting season, the saboteurs will play a cat and mouse game with the huntsmen.
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