Are you afraid of being thought of as an interloper—a young, left-wing woman from Britain writing about American business?
Suddenly I realize, sitting here looking at her defend herself against an interloper like me, how wrong I have been about her.
Then why demand of Ailes that his opera bouffe company treat you as anything other than an interloper?
Eloy may have been an interloper in the catwalk world, but Galliano's idiosyncratic creative ethic is what lured him in.
Thus satisfied that I was not an interloper, he moved his vehicle and allowed me to pass.
But the Count felt himself to be an interloper, and so insisted on shaking hands again and taking his departure.
He looks on the other man as an interloper, and his priest encourages that view.
The capitalist is as unnecessary as any other kind of thief or interloper.
No sound was heard, and no demonstrations from the interloper were made.
Don't you regard me as an interloper now—one who has no right to speak because he does not belong to the Church?
1590s, enterloper, "unauthorized trader trespassing on privileges of chartered companies," probably a hybrid from inter- "between" + -loper (from landloper "vagabond, adventurer," also, according to Johnson, "a term of reproach used by seamen of those who pass their lives on shore"); perhaps a dialectal form of leap, or from Middle Dutch loper "runner, rover," from lopen "to run." General sense of "self-interested intruder" is from 1630s.