Definition of 'blow the whistle'
Example sentences containing 'blow the whistle'
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`And when are you going to blow the whistle on that flagrant crook? THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCEYou run into trouble, blow the whistle, it's a pretty loud whistle, nobody's going to sleep through that. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESSIf he had, or if I tried to blow the whistle, it wouldn't make any difference. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
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