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Definition of "occupier" []

  • A person who is in possession or occupation of a house or land (noun)
  • A person or thing that occupies (noun)
  • One who occupies, particularly with respect to a foreign government controlling the territory of another. (noun)

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Use "occupier" in a sentence
  • "And again, "Time Magazine" uncovering a claim of responsibility from al Qaeda in Iraq with a message saying that basically it's aimed at those who are cooperating with what they call the occupier and its agents, saying ominously, quote, "We will reach you wherever you are.""
  • "CNN did the English translation here, but as you can see, he has a tone of forgiveness and is asking his supporters and Arab nations in general to distinguish between what he called the occupier's leaders and the average citizens."
  • "Being an occupier is a no-win situation, and of course is morally appalling."