Squatter Definition

skwätər
squatters
noun
squatters
A person or animal that squats, or crouches.
Webster's New World
A person who settles on public or unoccupied land.
Webster's New World
A person who occupies illegally a vacant house, building, etc.
Webster's New World
The definition of a squatter is a person who occupies a building without a legal right to be there.
A person who moves into an abandoned building and starts living there without permission is an example of a squatter.
YourDictionary
(Australia, historical) A large-scale grazier and landowner.
Wiktionary
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A person who registers a domain name on the World Wide Web (WWW) that mimics the copyrighted, trademarked, or service-marked name of a company specifically for the purpose of selling it to the rightful owner. See also domain name and WWW.

Webster's New World Telecom

Other Word Forms of Squatter

Noun

Singular:
squatter
Plural:
squatters

Origin of Squatter

  • From squat +"Ž -er.

    From Wiktionary

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