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interloper (s) (noun), interlopers (pl)
1. A trespasser who intrudes on the privacy or property of another person without permission: Lydia, the hostess of the birthday party, had an interloper, or uninvited guest, thrown out of her house.
2. Etymology: from Latin inter-, "between" + Middle Dutch loopen "to run"; so, "someone who runs between or intrudes".
An unwelcome intruder who has no permission to be in the area.
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