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."