Definition of disturber in US English:

disturber

noun

  • See disturb

    • ‘In the eyes of critics, the respectable renegade from the ministry was a dangerous disturber of social order.’
    • ‘The one who seemed to be the leader stepped toward the disturber with his hand raised to strike.’
    • ‘Thinking that some of my friends were disturbers of my dreams I got out of bed and rushed to the window.’
    • ‘At least the real disturbers aren't there, so they could do nothing without destroying anything.’
    • ‘Implied was the image of a dissident, a disturber, and, by extension, a potential political threat.’

Pronunciation

disturber

/dəˈstərbər//dəˈstərbər/