INTRI’GUER. n.s.

intriguer-ns

INTRI’GUER. n.s. [intrigueur, Fr. from intrigue.] One who
busies himself in private transactions; one who forms plots;
one who persues women.
I desire that intriguers will not make a pimp of my lion,
And convey their thoughts to one another. Addison.

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