Definition of Invaders

1. Noun. (plural of invader) ¹



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Definition of Invaders

1. invader [n] - See also: invader

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Invaders

inutility
inutterability
inutterable
inuysybel
inv
invA protein
invaccination
invacuate
invacuated
invacuates
invacuating
invadable
invade
invaded
invader
invaders (current term)
invades
invading
invadopodia
invadopodium
invalescence
invaletudinary

Literary usage of Invaders

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1. The Origin and Growth of the English Constitution: An Historical Treatise by Hannis Taylor (1889)
"Teutonic invaders settle down in the midst of the continental nations. ... Wherever we find the Teutonic invaders conquering and entering into possession of ..."

2. The Concise Dictionary of National Biography by Leslie Stephen, George Smith, Harold F. Oxbury (1885)
"... and that he was a successful opponent of the advance of the Saxon invaders, whom he drove back and confined within the limits of the isle of Thanet. ..."

3. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University, Herbert Baxter Adams (1891)
"For a clear understanding of the influence of the Spanish invaders upon the aborigines ... To the invaders the Indian question was one of great importance; ..."

4. The Races of Europe: A Sociological Study (Lowell Institute Lectures) by William Zebina Ripley (1899)
"... by the Scandinavian invaders. The effect of a cross with the Norsemen is clearly evident in our Nos. 107 and 108. On the mainland, this " old black ..."

5. England Before the Norman Conquest: Being a History of the Celtic, Roman and by Charles William Chadwick Oman (1910)
"... the third king, according to Bede, who asserted an imperium over the whole of the petty States that had been established by the first invaders. ..."

6. Herodotus by Herodotus (1828)
"The Scythians took these measures, with the view of having children by these invaders. CXII. The young men did as they were ordered. ..."

7. Ancient Britain and the Invasions of Julius Caesar by Thomas Rice Holmes (1907)
"Who were These hordes doubtless set out from various parl neolithic northern Gaul; but to determine their origin is per invaders ? impossible. ..."

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