snitcher


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Synonyms for snitcher

one who gives incriminating information about others

Synonyms for snitcher

a thief who steals without using violence

someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police

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112] See Gerald Otto & Michael Seitlinger, Die 'Spitzelrichtlinie': Zur (Umsetzungs)Problematik der Data Retention Richtlinie 2006/24/EG [The Snitcher Directive: Regarding the (Transposition-)Problems of the Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EQ, 2006 Medien und Recht 227, 232 (Austria).
THE GIFT OF LIFE: Francesca Snitcher cradles baby Ryan who needed a dozen blood transfusions after being born 14 weeks early; PLEA: Dr Tom Turner
SNITCHERS are to be paid up to pounds 500 to expose neighbours who have lied to get social housing.
I hope Britain isn't going to be encouraged to turn into a nation of snitchers, because it won't suit it.
And I didn't even publish my data, so it's no use comparing me to sociologists or any of the other frigging snitchers.
I would never speak freely about how I felt outside the family; outside I was always aware there may be snitchers listening.
Arnie plays a federal agent for the witness protection scheme, who feigns the deaths of low-life snitchers then sets them up with new identities.