Definition of "quislings" []

  • A traitor who aids an occupying enemy force; collaborator (noun)
  • Plural form of quisling. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "quislings" in a sentence
  • "Sometimes they're called quislings, or kapos or Uncle Ruckus."
  • "February 11th, 2009 1: 22pm looks like the lines are being drawn here with people who want their freedom and lives back against the age old doctrine of our way or no way and a collection of quislings, which is nothing new. whats hard to work out as the swords are drawn from the sheath is who'll side with who in this country as by the looks of it europe is decided. when all this is over and the pale desperate traitors await their fate in a bleak cell how they'll wish they would have backed a different horse when the stakes were so high. all they will be left with are their politically correct slogans ringing in their ears like the echoes of some rally and its zealots long gone. think again while the clock is ticking. tommy"
  • "George Galloway has attacked the IFTU as "quislings" and described the tearful descriptions of one of their members of life under Saddam as "a party trick"."