Definition of Intelligence agent
1. Noun. A person secretly employed in espionage for a government.
Generic synonyms: Agent
Specialized synonyms: Agent-in-place, Agent Provocateur, Provocateur, Bridge Agent, Case Officer, Codetalker, Windtalker, Foot, Noc, Spy, Undercover Agent, Walk-in
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Literary usage of Intelligence agent
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Colorado Statutes Annotated: With All Acts and Amendments Up to and by Colorado, Robert Stewart Morrison, Emilio Dominguez De Soto (1911)
"All claims or suits brought in any court against any employment or intelligence agent, may be brought in the name of the party injured upon the bond ..."
2. Colombia's Killer Networks: The Military-paramilitary Partnership and the by Human Rights Watch/Americas, Arms Project (Human Rights Watch) (1996)
"Causes for dismissing an intelligence agent: - Violation of security - Fraud - Incompetence - Breaking the law - Considerations of force majeure - Unknown ..."
3. Human Rights Watch World Report 1999 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1998)
"In March he was charged in his absence for allegedly inducing another former intelligence agent into making false allegations of army participation in a ..."
4. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1893)
"... 1892, between Calgary and Edmonton. EL ALEXANDEE, Dominion Government Travelling intelligence agent. ..."
5. U. S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People's edited by Christopher Cox (1999)
"... Wu was a good example of the non-traditional PRC approach to acquiring technology in that Wu himself was not a professional intelligence agent. ..."
6. Secret Service in South Africa by Douglas Blackburn, W. Waithman Caddell (1911)
"... Lanyon's intelligence agent—His Futile Warning of the Bronkhorst Spruit Ambuscade—The Attempted Murder of Edgson —The Mystery of the Murder of his ..."