Definition of 'snitch'
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Oosterhuis even went as far as to become a snitch to get on the good side of the warders. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (1993)Or maybe you'll get lucky, and someone's snitch will put you on to somebody. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (1993)`Knute was sayin' you got a licence you can do anything you want, goin' after this snitch ! STONE CITY (1993)
And if happy-go-lucky Billy Bob had been going to a meeting with Grady, the odds were he had been a snitch. BLACK EAGLES (1993)
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