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  1. (informal) a person who informs on someone or puts a stop to something

Example Sentences Including 'whistle-blower'

"Her first TV interviewee is a National Front whistle-blower who confirmed her misgivings.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
And there is the " whistle-blower " leak from some frustrated civil servant.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
But what Howard is now facing is not a lone whistle-blower but a full symphony orchestra.
The Australian (2004)
Roger Buffham, the source of the background information, is portrayed as a courageous whistle-blower.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
That was what sparked the whistle-blower , her not turning up for school.
Peter Robinson AFTERMATH (2001)


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