saboteur

[sab-uh-tur]
noun
a person who commits or practices sabotage.

Origin:
1920–25; < French, equivalent to sabot(er) to botch (see sabotage) + -eur -eur

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saboteur (ˌsæbəˈtɜː)
 
n
a person who commits sabotage
 
[C20: from French; see sabotage]

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Example sentences
In the final vignette, a saboteur plants a bomb in a factory and must escape before it goes off.
Finally, there may be an internal saboteur, my friend.
He who is loyal is by definition not a spy or a saboteur.
They got out and began to beat me and accuse me of being a saboteur.
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