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Definition of "quisling" []

  • A traitor who serves as the puppet of the enemy occupying his or her country. (noun)
  • A traitor who aids an occupying enemy force; collaborator (noun)

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Use "quisling" in a sentence
  • "But: marxist "is not a modifier for" quisling "- they are freestanding faults in his panoply of faults."
  • "Clark also wrote the disgusting recent CiF piece calling for the "quisling" Iraqi translators to be denied asylum."
  • "The Norwegians—who gave us the term "quisling"—awarded former President Jimmy Carter the Peace Prize"