- n a person who devises plots or intrigues
- Vain, ambitious, an inveterate intriguer, Thi carefully cultivated the political Buddhists, got his own man installed as head of the national police.
- Justine, the great intriguer, has grown older and suffered a stroke: a drooping eyelid gives a leering expression to her rouged and overpowdered face.
- Of those below Zhdanov, his most serious rival is Georgi Malenkov, 44, a brilliant backstairs intriguer.
- Neil Finn in Ninemsn
At about 2am the Intriguer was first sighted, in the window of a hotel as we were drinking in the bar, just a shadow crossing these curtains,Finn said. "Ever since this mysterious presence has been influencing our lives with mischief and...