exploiter exploiter


  • (n) a person who uses something or someone selfishly or unethically


  1. I have been a fan of Chuck's since 1950, an exploiter of his good nature since 1975.
  2. And having shown all of this, we will ask you to find that Aaron Sapiro was an exploiter of the American farmer.
  3. What Brazilians want is not an exploiter but a partner.


  • ‘Requiem for Black Marie’ Finds Brecht Wanting

    Requiem for Black Marie stars Megan Emery Gaffney, left, and Erin Mallon. Brecht the exploiter: That’s the topic of Sara Farrington’s “Requiem for Black Marie,” an Incubator Arts Project production that considers the playwright as manipulative oaf and the women who love him.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Times


  1. "Our efforts helped hold a corporate exploiter accountable, and showed what's possible when workers around the world stand together," said Tony Woodley, Unite Joint General Secretary.
    on Jun 24, 2009 By: Tony Woodley Source: Examiner.com

  2. In his own inflammatory broadside, Chávez accused Noboa of being "an exploiter of child labor" on his banana plantations and a "fundamentalist of the extreme right."
    on Mar 13, 2009 By: Hugo Chávez Source: Venezuelanalysis.com

  3. "Everyone was exploited and no one was the exploiter," Horvat wrote. "But politicians and nationalists do not care about logic."
    on Dec 8, 2005 By: Branko Horvat Source: Transitions Online

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