litterer

noun
lit·​ter·​er | \ ˈli-tər-ər How to pronounce litterer (audio) \

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Litterbugs persist in Chicago and their effects range from encouraging other would-be litterers to harming our water and wildlife. Morgan Greene, chicagotribune.com, "Beaches recover after Memorial Day litterbugs strike," 29 May 2018 Most people have to observe a litterer in the act to confront them. Julia Terruso, Philly.com, "'Excuse me, I think you dropped this.' How Philly residents confront litterers," 27 Feb. 2018 The largest priority is, of course, security: mobile police stations in 30 tourist hot spots, deploying 6,000 more soldiers around the city as well as 800 agents to keep watch for pickpockets and litterers. Kaitlin Menza, Harper's BAZAAR, "Paris Gets Its Mojo Back," 25 Oct. 2017 In an effort to stop vandals, litterers and drug users, Palm Beach County is planning to increase law enforcement patrols at its parks. Skyler Swisher, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Palm Beach County looks to boost park patrols," 12 July 2017 Rome isn’t the only place to combat pesky snackers and litterers of late, either. Lale Arikoglu, Condé Nast Traveler, "Rome Bans Eating and Drinking by Its Fountains," 12 June 2017

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1928, in the meaning defined above

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